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WILLIAMSPORT 



DICKIXSON SH\1I.\'AR\ 



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ANNUAL CATALOGUK 



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FOR THE ACAHEMK" YEAR, 



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FROM 



August 28th, 1882, to June 21st, 1883, 



WllJJAMSPORT, PA 



WITJJAMSPOKT, PA. 

SUN AM) JiANNKK JU)C)K IT I'.LlSIi IN(; llOfyK. 



BOARD OF DIRECTORS. 



AHRAM UPDEGRAFF, Esq , President, Williamsport 

LEWIS McDowell, Es^., Secuetauy, Williamsport 

Hon. ,J0IIN smith, Williamsport. 

Col. JACOB SALLADE, Williamsport. 

JOHN K. HAZLET, Esq., Williamsport. 

Hon. JOHN PATTON, Curwensville. 

Rev. JAMES CURNS, Curwensville. 

GEORGE SLATE, Esq., Williamsport. 

Hon. ELI SLIFER, Lewisbiiro;. 



T. E. KIFSS, Steward and Treasurer. 
iAIiis. SARAH J. WHEELANIX Matron. 



VISITING COMMITTEES. 



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ALUMNI ORGANIZATION. 



Officers: 

S. S. BOWMAN, Esq., Pkesident. 
Rev. J. H. MORTIMER, Yioe-President. 
Miss L. W. CUMMINGS, Rec. Secretary, 
Miss ELLA METZGER, Coi^ Secretary. 
W. P. CLARK, Esq., Treasurer. 



Executive Committee: 

W. P. (T.ARK, Esq., CiiAiiiMAN 

Rev. N. B. SMITH. 

Rev. E. J. GRAY. 

Miss SOPHY REIGHARI). 

Mrs. J. C. (JRLLN. 



CENTRA L P IJNNSYLVAJV/A CONFKHKNCE 

Rev. S. V. SWALLOW. 

Rev. W. W. EYANS, A. lAL 

Rkv. (i. T. (JRAV. 

Rkv. WILLIAM GWYNN. 

PtKv. H. M. ASH. 

^r. H. MLHRAY, Esq. 

WILLIAM AIIH:Y Esq. 

P> A L TI MS) RE (U)N FKllENCK: 

Ri:v. A. S. HANK. 

IvKv. A. M. COURTENAY. 

Pin LABKLPIIIA CONFERENCE: 

PiKV. W. C. J{OBINSON. 
Kkv. J. DICKEIIHON. 



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Orator: 

W. P. SADLER, Es(2. 



Kssayist: 

Miss MINNIE E. MUSSER. 



Poet: 



W. P>. KOXKLE. 



Recitation : 



Miss (^ARRIE S. TEST. 



J^^ACUI.TY. 



wiLiJAMsrour Dickinson skminauv. 



l{i:v. KDW AIM) J. (JKAY, 1). 1)., Pkesi dkn r, 

Mental and Moral Science and Belles Lettres. 

J. W. FlIELKY, M. S., 

Natural Science. 

M. D LEARNED, A. M., 

Ancient and Modern Languages. 

GEORGE W. COOK, A. B., 

Matlietnatics. 



ALUMNI. 



Mi^s M. E. V. PARDOE, Fuecki- tkess. 

History and Rhetoric. 

(iUSTAVUS V(ELKLK1{, 

Jnstrnnienlal and \'oc(d Jrusic. 

VALENTINE H ALLEN BECK, A. B., 

CoiniiK fcial Drpartiiu )t( and Latin. 

W. C. ROinNSON, B. S., 

Acad( niic J)epart ni< )\t. 

Miss MINNIE E. I\irsSEL*, 15. S., 

Assixfant in Acadt ni ic Deiiarl Dirnt . 

.Mrs. TT. G. DAVIDSON, 
31 us. KATK K. PUKVIS, 

Assistants in \'<>cal and Instranioital Music, 

Mrs. J. L. (;ASSA\VAY, 

Painting and Drawin;/. 

Mi>s \.VC\IKT\A M. JONES, 

iUoctd ion ami ( 'at ist/n n ics. 



Lecturers: 

Hon. J(()P>EUT p. ALLKN, 

J'oliticat Eco))omy. 

Hon. .IOIIX J. mktz(;er, 

Con^merciat Lau\ 

SAMUKL POLLOCK, M. D., 

Jli/giene, 



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Names. 

Alexander, C. T 

Allen, K. V 

*Arndt, C. K 

Baker, (1. W 

Baldwin, J. ]i 

Barber, Miss A. E. . 

Barnitz, S. J 

Barr, Miss Addle. . . 
Barton, Miss V\ A.. 

Barton, fJ, II 

lieek. Miss M. A.... 

Beers, L. II 

IP.ell. ,1. K 

I Bonder, II. R 

='-B('nn(it,t, AHen 

Bennett, Miss H. (.'. 
Bennett, Miss N. II. 
I Benscoter, V. C... 

Biddh', Miss K 

B>i;r^s, K. II 

Bixk'r, ,J. W 

Jiodine, DeWitt 

Bowman, A. S 

t Bowman, fl. V 

Bowman, ,). II 

Bowman, S. L 

liowman, S. S 

Boynton, Miss H. . . 
Bradley, Miss K . . . . 

Brown, H. L 

lirown, fl. (' 

Brown, A. J 

=' Buckalew, \V. J. .. 

Burke, K. \V 

Burnh'y, ('. W 

Busey, (i. M 

('alder, Miss M ... . 

Campbell, V. V 

Cami)l)ell, I. I' 

=i Campbell, R. 1*.... 

Carter, R. T 

Carver, W. A 

(Jhanipion, Miss M . 

Chai)man, II. () 

cnuireh, F. K 

Clarke, V. A. C 

Clarke, W. P 

* Deceased. 



ass. Names. Class. 

853 Cleaver, MIhs C. Y 1876 

852 Cleaver, Miss L. J 

8()S ^H^omp, J. S 

870 Conner, U. C 

881 Conner, S. J. A 

879 Coop<!r, Miss A 

8Ti) Cooper, Miss A. M 

8S0 (\)X, c. S 

sr)5 Crawford, Lavina P 

SCO Crawford, Miss M. K 

S52 H'rawford, Miss R. A 

SCI) Cn'a;^^er, C. K 

SSO ( 'reve!in;^s S. A 

SS2 CiimminLCs, Miss L. W. 

ST7 ( iirran, II. A 

S5S Dale, Miss V 

SSO Dart, Miss L 

SSO Dashiell, Miss A. 1*' 

sr»l Davis, Miss II. B 

s(',2 Davis, Miss M. P. 

sis Deavor, .J. D. W 

SCI Deavor, K. K. A 

sc.s De Armond, D. A 

SS2 -Diemer, fl. P» ... 

ssl Dietrick, P. P 

sr)-2 Dill, A. II 

s«;:i Dill, M. R 

sr,4 Dill, W. II 

s.-)7 Driid<le, Miss M. K 

SSO Drum, M. L 

sC.s Dunkerly, J. R 

SOT I'lbert, Miss A. M 

sTl Pckbert, Miss A. M 

ss-2 Pd^er, .Miss M 

siVA JMlwards, Miss A. C 

SS2 PllJott, Miss M. 1-' 

sr*") l^mery, M iss P\ a \' 

S(VA I'jneiy, Miss Piz/.ie I 

s72 Pmery, Miss M. P 

ST2 ' Pnt, \V. II 

ST5 Kssinijjton, .Miss M. R 

871 Pssini^don, .Miss N. A 

S79 Pan nee, J. I'^ 

SOS iMdIer, C. L 

^u\ Poidke, Jennie R. 

872 Fredericks, I). II. M 

880 Fredericks, More 



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lMiIiiiL% Mi'-s M l'^<»'> 'I<>ii(!s, Miss S. 'V l-^^T^ 

l<'r..st, W- M 1>^^<» ''<>>'<•«', i''li."P>l> ^^''"^ 

iMiUiiuT, (". V 1^^>^1 Kalbl'iiss, Charles \^^>'^ 

KuUincr, ('. L 1^'^<> Kimball, A. W I'^^l 

I'^irst, A. () ^^'^-i I'^i'i^r, Miss Adda \] l^^"^"^ 

Kiirst, (' (i. l''^''>:i I'^in^S ^'- l^^ 

(Jcaihart, 11. K l^r)!} Kirk, Miss N. A 

(Jcarhart, W. II lHr»2 ; * Kliiu', K. H 

(;(MV, Miss II. A 1^^^ i Koch, K. V 

(icrc, Miss S. F ^^^^"^ KonkU', W. B 

(Jibsou, W. S ISTT Kress, W. C 

(ioodlaiider. Miss J. K 1855 *Laiidis, J. W 

(;()()d\vill, \V. K 18T5 Larned, F. W 

(Jray, K. .1 185H Law, F. S 

(;,;iv, \V. K 1^"^! Levaii, Miss M 

(Jreeii, Miss 11. M 1^52 Lloyd, A. P 



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(irrni, Miss M. A 1855 Louies 11. K l^TS 

(jiiMos, Miss P>. 1^ l^Tl Loiideiislajj^er, Miss K. S 18(m 

( Jiildin, ,1 18T'2 f Love, d. K 18TT 

(;ii;<s. Miss A. K 1^82 i Loveland, K 18T«> 

llaliii. Miss L. S l^"^! Lovell, Miss A. M I8r)<; 

llaleiil)ake. Miss S. I'] isr.'i Lowe, Miss Fniina b^-'>T 

Ilaim.M.nd, W. S lsT4 'Lowe, Miss A. S ls<»H 

^'llaniinond, W. A '^•»-l Powc, el. W 18TT 

Hanks, 11. \{ 1^'^<» Madara, -L W I^TIi 

IlMnn,('. (; 1^'^ Madill,(l. A 1^5S 

Ilarmaii, Miss A. K 1^<'"^ Maliii, Miss F 

Harris, ]•'. (i 1^'- '^MarUle, A. M 

Harris, Miss 1. V 1^''> Mason, Miss T 

Harris, Miss L. iv' 1^T2 Massey, Miss A. K 

Ilartniaii, Miss (' I>-<>:^ Massey, Miss M. F 

Hart/ell, (\ V HT^> M'lv. W. A 



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Ilauudiawoiit, Miss S. F 1^<'»2 McCullouuh, Miss M. ,1 isTT 

Haupt, (i. W l^C'O McDowell, A I8(',r, 

llediie-. Miss F. \' l^T'.l 'McDowell, Miss (' ...IsCC, 

Heilinan, L". F 1^T» McDowell, Miss 1 ls<;5 



I Heilner, S. A l^i<' 

Heini. r. 1' 1>^T5 

Hrislcy, Mis- L'. N 1^52 

llcphiiii), A. D 1^<»'2 

=!H(Tr. Mis- A. M ls<>l 

Hill. Mi-- A l^^I 

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McKee, Miss N. F. F. 1SS2 

Melick, (). r» ISIU 

Melsheinier, .LA IsTs 

Mendenliall, 11. S Isf):; 

Met/ir< r. Miss F. Z lsT'.> 

Mct/.ler, (). S issd 

SC,:. Miller, J. M lsT5 

sr.:. Miller, Miss.l. F IsC.d 



Hitcliii)-, II l^Tr, 

H<»llopeler, S. ( i. M ISC..-) 

lloiick, Mi<s (i. 11 Issl 

Howes. Mis- A ls«'.4 

Hiii-li, Miss I.. M Iss2 

Hiitclii-oii. -L ( ; jsc.'i 

Hyniaii. Mis- -L S Isso 

' llyinan. Mi-- S. F jsco 

Mack-on, C ( i Is5s 

,Liiiie<, ,L Harry IsC.C, Mussina, Miss 11 



Mitchell, Miss M. .1 ls(;5 

Moore, S. (; ISC.I 

Mossei', Miss Annie Iss2 

Mosser, F.. 11 IsTT 

Mortimer, .1.11 issi 

Moul, ('. F IsTS 

I Moyer, 11. C lss'2 

Mtnray, T. 11 ISC.T 

Musser, Miss M. I'] Issl 



,L'lllies, W . M IsTs 

flaniiey. 1,. i; IsT J 

elolin, [). ( H5(; 

Mohii, (J. W 1^5S 

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Mussina, Miss M. A ls()4 

Nash, Miss l'\ 1^ ls(;5 

Nash, Miss K. F psOO 



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NicodemiiH, fl. I) 

Nor('ross, V\^ II 

Oliver, Miss A. S , 

Olmstend, Miss K 

Oimstead, Miss M 

Opp, fl. A 

FHck(T, Miss M 

I'u(k(!r, Miss S. H 

l*(;arc(^, MIhs A. M 

F(!Hrc(!, MiHH I^esHJe 

P(!arre, A 

^I'oisal, K. K 

I'ortcT, MisH K. S 

*P<)tt, IL H 

kansom, Miss K. F ... 

Feeder, VV. F 

Keeder, H. K 

Kei;^diard, Miss S. S 

Kent/, VV. F 

Ileynolds, S. A 

Fe\, ,L P» 

Ifichards, Miss K. L... 

L'iddell, F. C 

Fiddle, Miss F 

Fiddle, Miss M. F 

Kobeson, l^\ V\' 

Fobeson, Miss M 

Uothtiiss, Miss PiKebe. 

File, -I. W 

Sadler, VV. F 

San!j;ree, P. 11 

Saylor, Miss J. S 

Searl)oroii<j;h, (J. M 

Schoch, A 

Schofield, F. L 

Scoville, Miss .1. F 

Shamnio, Miss V. F 

Sliver, VV. A 

Smith, II. F 

Smith, N. H 

Smith, T. J 

Snyder, Miss F , 

Soiider, Miss K. L 

SpanLJ:;ler, .1. L 

.Spottsw'ood, Miss A. Iv 
Si)<)ttswo()d, Miss L. M 
Steiiunitz, -L L 



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Stevens, (L \V 

Stol/, Miss F. ,1 

Strine, Miss M. .1 

Strohm, VV. H 

StroiiL,', Miss II. A 

Stuart, M. 'V 

Swen^de, I). 1^' 

Sw()i)e, I. N 

1'aneyhill, C. VV 

Taneyhill, (L L 

'raneyhill, Miss M. F... 

Taneyhill, O. H 

^raneyhill. Miss S. A . . . 
Taylor, Miss Ida A 

Taylor, J. VV 

'i^aylor, F. S 

Test, Miss ('. S 

Thomas, Miss Sadie 1). . 

Thriish, Miss K. A 

Tomlinson, Miss M. F. . 

Tonner, A. (' 

Townsend, V\'. 1-^ 

\ail. Miss F. (' 

Vanderslice, Miss .1. A . 

Vaid'ossei), Ada 

Warehime, O. ( ' 

Watson, F. A 

Watson, Miss \<\ F 

Way, F. F 

Wei<rel, D. II 

VVelty, Miss M. P 

nVhaley, II 

WincLTardner, MissS. II 

Wooden, Miss Dora 

Woodward, ,1 

Wright, Miss Ida M.... 

setter. Miss M 

VOeiim, F. II 

■ "^'ocnm, (J. M 

Vociim, d. fl 

■ Yoeiim, Miss N 

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WlI.I.lAMSl'ORT DICKINSON SEMINARY 



SENIOR CLASS. 



J 111 1(1 21st, 1883. 



Maru^arct "R:ikcr— S., 

Ell:i .Malilda Hucklcv 15. L., - 

INIary Kuocniji (^iriis- J5. L., 

Ella Lizzie (U'liivt 15. L., 

Ada May (^atharine Ilartzdl— B. L., 

Laura ^Fay Haui^hawout — C. 

Pnidic Kcvnolds Stout- 1>. L., 

AVilliain Alcni Scchlt^r- 8., 

William L'oy Shoop- S., 

AVilliam Hurst Stevenson S., 

William \'olkmai- C, 

John Lester Wilson S., 

Samuel Dison Wilson S., 

Jesse ( )n'in YenLi-er I*. ('., 

Jaeol) William A. Vouni::- C, 



Centreville, Iowa. 

Beaver IVIeadow . 

- Cleartield 

- Williamsport. 

Newport. 

A 1 toon a. 

Minneapolis, Minn. 

Danville. 

Dauphin. 

Chatham's Run. 

Williamsport. 

Bloomsbu rii'. 

Mapleton. 

Veaii;erto\vii. 

Williamspoit. 



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ANNl'A I, CATAI.OGUK. 



JUNIOR CLASS. 



]k3nnet, Mattic P.— P, C, 
Buckley, Sadie E. — S., 
Biriirman, Cora— P. C, - 
Bulirnian, Lola — P. C, 
Cheston, Alic(i IL — C, 
Craiii;, Jennie- P. C, 
Feri^uson, Helen E. — B. L., 
Gilmore, Cussie — B. L., 
Glover, Laura — S., 
Jones, Jennie — B. L., 
Keefer, Ella (L, 
Kreanu'r, Hattie M. - B. L., 
Lincoln, Hannah M. — S., 
Long, Jennie M.^C, 
Mann, Anna D. — B. L., - 
Robins, Maggie E. — S., 
liussell, J(innie — B. L., 
Shammo, Minnie L. — P. C, 
Young, Jennie — P. C, 
Andrews, Warren W. — C., - 
leaker, Elmer G. — S., 
Barnes, William W.— S., 
J^rady, Lyons M. S., 
Clarkson, ('olennin- ('., 
(\)llins, George W. P. C, 
Forj-est, John W.— S., 
(ilenn. (Jeorge W. -S., 
Deck, Orlando (L- S., 
Hunter, Lincoln H. S., 
Hutchison, Wilbur L.- S., 
Janu's, (xeorgc; R. S., 
Johns, William C, 
Klei)fer, (ieorge M. P. C, 
Sherlock, (Marence W. P. C, 
Whitney, Harry II. (\, 



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Williamsport. 

Fort Littleton. 

llaiuiock, Md. 

Hancock, Md. 

WiHiams])()rt. 

Washingtonville. 

Sunl)ury. 

Jersey Shore. 

Laurelton. 

Philipsburg. 

Williams])()rt. 

L()(d<^ Haven. 

Laurelton. 

Williamsport. 

Harrisburg. 

Elysburg. 

Williams])ort. 

Halifax. 

Meyeisdale. 

Lock 'Haven. 

Scottdale. 

Barton, Md. 

^Vlackeysvibe. 

Cassville. 

Meyersdale. 

Lit ties town. 

Fillmore. 

Three Spi'ings. 

^Montgomery. 

Jeansville. 

Orbisonia. 

Frost bui-ir. 

Saxton. 

JiCwistou n. 

Stormstown. 



P. C\— Partial Course. C. -Classical. S.— Scicntitic. V>. L. — P^elleH Lettres. 



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WlLLlAMSl'OUr 1)I( KINSON SK.MINAUV. 



ANNUAL ( ATAI.OdUK. 



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SOlMIOMOlll^] (TI.ASa 



AC^ADEMIO 



Akcis, Liz/ic, 
Drum, K. Myrtle, 
Klliott, Julia, 
(Jassawav, Luisita, 
Ilarkiiison, Marion, 
Ilinkal, Klla M., 
Jones, I^va, 
IJo\(L Ida, 
Marlvn, (;ra('(' (\, 
Milncs, Lillian II., 
iMitclicIl, Maud, - 
Mnsscr, Kale, 
I\*ialc, I laiinali L., 
Siiowaltci-, Ada, 
Siackliousc, I^innia, 
Tax loi-, Jennie M., 
Wilson, Helen K., 
Ai'iiold, J(»se])li M., 
rxver, ( u'oi i^c 1\ . , 
( 1:iike, James (\, 
( "()iiiiei\ Samuel J., 
I'^ans, S. lionse, 
i'-yer, I laiNcy U., 

1m< <Mk J. r.., - 

<'alifinLi\ A. jjoss, 
II<»<lvi!io-, llcmy T., 

1 lunlei-. James 1 {., 

Joliii^. J >llll ]].. 

i\ i'^lik W. Seol t, 

MilclielL M;i\, 
< 'It. Loreii/o 1).. 

I'oinerox . Williain U., 

I^'niidl.'. \\ M., 
SImIc. William If., 
Smith. \\iHi;ini M., 
Sw ;||1/. 'I\ S., 
J'' •iiilin-.i Ml, l''i-;i!ik II., 
\\;ill;i(c, Williiim, 
\\ ( l»l)( I , Jame^ L., 



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Gl(!n II()])(;. 
Shickshinny. 
Ri(*hb()i-(). 
Baltimore, Md. 
I?Iiiladel])hi}i. 
Newberry, 
(iirardville. 
Phili])sl)uru:;. 
Ik'avei' Meadow. 
Ks])y. 
WiHiams])ort. 
Kenovo. 
WiHiains])()rl. 
Salona. 
Shiekshinny. 
Montandon. 
Salona. 
New P>uiralo. 
Tyi'one. 
Williamsporl. 
Marion, Md. 
lOai^le Foundry. 
- Monloursville. 
Willliamsporl. 
^'()|•k. 
Meyei-sdale. 
]Monl<i,()merv. 
Froslbnr^-, Md. 
IJaiMon, Md. 
\ViHiamsp()rl. 
J\Iarrnd)snri;-. 
Concord, 
pack (\"nti-e, N. J. 

\ViHiamspoi-t. 

Milllinlown. 

Duneannon. 

Monloui-sville. 

Williamsporl. 

Altoona. 



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N((/ii ('."<. 
CumminLi;s, (Jara, 
Denlap, Jennie, 
Deiland, l>erllia (/., 
Dunmire, Annie, 
Fineli, I)oi"a, 
FoiresI, Annie, 
(Jould, May, 
Hill, Julia, 
Jones, Li/./ie, 
KaulVman, I lennie, 
Koeli, Ida, 
Koch, Laui'a, 
Met/,ii;er, Mai"ii;ie, 
Mooi'e, (\airie, 
Ross, Lulu, 
Sallade, Amy K., 
Spaekman, Alia, 
Stull, Sallie (\, - 
r])(leLi:r;UT, I^lla M., 
r])de«;ran*. Sue, 



Arnold, J. L., 
Airey, K. W., 
Akers, W^ W., 
I>eyer, J. L., 
Pxyer, J. W., 
House, A. N,, 
Hureli, Arthur, 
Bundey, C, 
(Jieston, H. (\, 
Corson, Harrie, 
Corson, William S. , 
Daniels, William, 
Ganoe, Harvey B., 



ladh:s. 



(H]NTLFMFN. 



Monlandon. 

I Jaueh's ( Jap. 

Hoilini;' Sj)rimj,'s. 

MeVCytown. 

1^'lemim;-. 

Lillleslown. 

Williamsj)orl. 

W^illiamspoil. 

(Jirai'dville. 

( Jiiea!j:o. 

WiHi;imsj)oi-l. 

Willianisj)oil. 

Williamspoit . 

\Vil!iamsj)orl. 

Newhen'y. 

Williamsporl. 

( Ji'ahamton. 

Audeniied. 

- Newlteia'y. 

Newl)eri"\\ 



New IJidTalo. 

Stoeklon. 

(den Hope. 

SinnemahoninL!;. 

Sinnemahonimj^. 

Green \'illaii;e. 

WiHiams])ort. 

Williamsport. 

WiHiams])()rl. 

Newberry. 

Tivola. 

Girardville. 

Cluimbersburg. 






AVIM.IAMSPORT DICKINSON SI:MINARY. 



Gardner, F., 
ilcck, Alhcrl, 
il«ss, Hnicc 11., 
Vinson, AV, C, 
^lillcr, David S., 

iMontc'lius, K. C., 
Moore, K. S., 
Myers, C. P., 
Myers, S. H., 

NeiT, Elmer E., . 
Nesbit, W. li., 
Nortlieimer, J. W., 
Sage, Cyrus, 
Stein, J. IL, 
Willis, Harry N., 
Wilson, Harry L., 
AVilson, James E., 



ANNUAL (L\TALO(irK 



T^i'<'('se, J.orena, 
Clarke, Caddie, - 
Clark. ( oFa J., 
^'•ii'now, Alice, 
I)a\i(N()i,^ Loiiriiia F 
\h)\c^ ( ariie ( )., _ 
I'^dkiiis, P>ealriee M.. 
l'^<»ic.snian, Annie, 
Cilison, Mallie, 
il<ivly, K. M., 
'Jackson. Xellic 
'<<'illi, I/Kk-i, P,., - 
Kronse, L;iui-a M., 
^''•vcland, I(k-i M., 
M.'iliallVy. Lanra, 
Millei-, Ij//.i(' 



Bristol, Md. 
Shellsburii:. 
J^ervvick. 
ITarrisburii:. 
Petersburg. 
Warrior's Mark. 
Mt. Carmel. 
Wriglitsville. 
Myersdale. 
Pipersville. 
Petersburg. 
Port Deposit, Md. 
Reading. 
. Emporium. 
Girardville. 
Preston, Md. 
Stormstown. 
Altoona. 



ACADEMIC. 



First Y(\i\ 



LADIES. 



Willianis])()rt. 
Williams])()rt. 
('herry Tree. 
Stockton. 
Willianisporl. 
Williamsport. 
Williamsj)()rt. 
Williams])()rt. 
Williamsport. 
Williams])()rl. 
Williams])ort. 
Newberry. 
Williamsport. 

I^amar. 

- Newberry. 

Witmer. 



/ 



Miller, Maria, 
Mingle, I^>ertlia, - 
Moore, Carrie, 
Neir, Minnie ()., . 
O'Conner, Mary C, 
Piddle, Claudia, - 
Hitter, Laura, 
Runyan, Fanny, . 
Shafer, Minnie, 
Spackman, Blanche, 
Ulman, Cora, - 
Voelkler, Lizzie, - 
Watson, Clara, 
Weigle, Virginia, 



GENTLEMEN. 



Adams, William M., 
Airey, William P., 
Austin, Howard S., 
Preish, Harman M., 
Browned, Archie, 
Church, Josei)h G., 
Dill, William IL, 
Dorr, Charles, 
Dorr, Jesse, 
Farwell, T. L. L. D., 
Gearhart, Wilbur F., 
Good, W. A., 
Gray, Victor, 
Heiser, Harry, 
Hocking, William S., 
Kramm, Harry, 
Kreamer, Frederick C. 
Krouse, Cleon ]]., 
Leckie, William, 
Long, Ardell, 
Mann, W^illiam P., 
Mason, A. W., 
Moore, William H., 
Mosser, d. Charles, 
Hansom, William L., 
Shatler, Herbert L., . 
Snnth, Emery, 
V(elkler, Ernest d., 
Wagner, Theophilus, 
Watson, Tiionias, 
Willitts, Harry d., 
Wright, William C, 



L'3 

//' >7V/ry/cv ,s'. 

Leitersburg, Md. 
Williamsj)ort. 
Williams[)ort. 
Petersburir. 
Jeansville. 
- Linden. 
AVilliamsport. 
Williamsport. 
Williamsport. 
Grahamton. 
Williamsport. 
Williamsport. 
Lamar. 
Williamsport. 



Williamsport. 
Stockton. 
Saluvia. 
Catawissa. 
Williamsport. 
Girardville. 
Lewisburg. 
Wdlliamsport. 
Williams])ort. 
North Bend. 
Williamsport. 
Newberry. 
Philipsburg. 
W^atsontown. 
Frostburg, .Aid. 
Williamsport. 
Lock Haven. 
WiIliams])ort. 
Shenandoah. 
Willianispoii. 
Lock Haven. 
Milnes\ ide. 
AIilesbiiF"Li-. 
New Cumberland. 
Williamsport. 
Kochesler, X. V. 
- ' Px'dford. 

Williamsport. 
Knobsville. 
Shenandoah. 

WiHiams])ort. 
Fr()stl)uro-, Md. 



11 



wiiJ.iAMsroirr Dickinson si:minaky 



(^ 1 . A S8 1 ( ^ A 1 . I ) 1^] 1? A RTM E N T. 



ANNlAt. CATAI.OCUK. 



15 



S( nKNlTEIO I)Kl^ALri\VLI^]N^I\ 



LADIES. 



Akcrs, Li//ir, 

Clu'ston, Alice II., 
llauixhnwout, 1j. May, 
Kc'itVr, Klla (}., - 
LoiiLi,", Jennie M., 
Tavlor, JVnnie, 



Andrews, Warren \V., 
Arnold, J()se])li M., 
leaker, lOlnier (1., 
Clarkson, ("olenian, 
(yonner, Samuel .1., 
Evans, S. House, 
Ficed, .]. Benson, 
(Jaiirinii-, A. Ross, 
(Jlenn, (Jeoi-i2;e W., 
llcck, Orlando (J., 
.lolins, William, 
Mitciiell, Max, 
( )tl, LoiH'ir/.o I)., 
Smyscr, William l''.., 
Stein, .lames !>.. 
Slinc, William M., 
V'olkmai-, William, 
N'rooman, Delbert,, 
Wallace, William, 
Wiiitney, Ilarrv II., 
\'ounLi', .laeol) A. W., 



(lENTLEMKN. 



(Jlen ]!()])('. 
Willianisporl. 
AVilliamsport. 
Altoona. 
WiHianisi)ort. 
WiHiaiTis])ort. 

IMonlandon. 



Lock Haven. 
New P,uiral(). 
Scottdale. 
Cassville. 
Marion, Md. 
Eaiile Fouiulry. 
WiUiamsi)orl. 
York. 
Fillmore. 
Thi'ee Sprini^s. 
Erostbui'n;, iVId. 
Williamsport. 
jNIartinshurir. 
Danville. 
iMitllintown. 
Ilowai'd. 
WiHiams])ort. 
Newport. 
W^illiamspoi'i. 
Stormstown. 
Williamsport. 



LADIES. 



/ 



Baker, Mari^arc^t, 
(Dover, Tvaura E., 
Lincoln, Hannah M., 
Kiale, Hannaii L., 
Robins, MaL!,';j;ie E.,~ 
Russell, Jennie S., 
Wilson, Helen E., 
VouuLi;, Jennie M., 



Rarnes, William H., 
Reyer, Geor<2;e K., 
lii'ady, Lyons M., 
( 'larke, Janu'S C., 
( 'ollins, ( Jeorij:e W., 
1 )aniels, ({eoi-iic M., 
Decker, J. Charles R., 
lOyer, Samuel H., 
Forrest, John W., 
llockinii:, Henry T., 
I loin, Daniel S., 
Hunter, James H., 
Hunter, Lincoln IL, 
I lutchison, Wilbur Jj., 
James, (}eor!j,-e R., 
Johns, John K., 
Kelly. William IL, - 
Kin-ht, W. Scott, 
Kle])fcr, ( Jeoi-iic M., 
Lambert, A. R., 
Mann, James R., 
Rundlc, Vei'anus M., 
Sechler, William A., 
Sherlock, daicnce W., 
Shooj), W^illiam R., 
Slate, Will, 
Smith, William, 
Stout, Charles W., 
Swart/, Truxton S., 



(HLMM.FMFN. 



C(!ritrevl]lc, Iowa. 

Laurellon. 

Laurelton. 

WiHiams})ort, 

Elysbur*^. 

Williamsport. 

Salona. 

Meyersdah;. 



Rarton, Md. 

Tyrone, 

Mackeyville. 

Williamsport. 

Meyei'sdale. 

(jJirai'dville. 

Altoona. 

- Montoursville. 

Littleslown. 

Meyeisdale. 

EulTalo Mills. 

oVIont iiomery. 

Mont liom cry. 

Jeansville. 

()rl)isonia. 

I'^rost bur'Li". Md. 

HuLLhesville. 

Rarton. Md. 

Saxlon. 

Cleartiehi. 

Hai'iisbui'Li". 
W^al})ack (,'ent re, N. J. 

Danville. 

Lewistown. 

Dauphin. 

Williamsport. 

Mi mint own. 

• Catawissa. 

Duncannon. 



IG 



WlLLIAMSl'OUT DICKINSON SKMINAUV 



A<i 



nil s. 



'romliiisoii, Fr;iiik ![., 
Wukcfu'ld, (Jcoroc J5., 
W('l)l)('r, James f^., 
Wilsoji, Jolm L., 
Wilson, Saimicl ])., 
^'('ai2;er, Jesse ()., 



Montoiirsville. 

Shirleysburg. 

Altoona. 

Blooiiisbiirg. 

Mapletoii. 

Yeaii;ertown. 



BELLES LETTRES DEPARTMENT. 



X((inf's. 
P>iiekley, Klla M., 
I>uekley, Sadie K., 
Hurlirnian, Cora, 
Huhrnian, Lola, 
Craiix, Jennie, 
Curns, ^lary E., 
Drum, Myrlle K., 
Eder, .Alatlie G., 
Llliolt, Julia, 
Kei-Li:uson, Helen M, 
(fassaway, Luisita, 
Gehrek Ella L., 
(Jilmore. (Jussie, 
1 larkinson, Marion, 
JIarl/elk A(L'i M., 
Jlinkak FJla M., 
.loiies. I^\a, 
Jones, Jenine, 
I\ i"eani;T, 1 lalt ie M., 
Leckie, Id;i, 

LI. .yd. ld:i, 
Mann, Anna D., 
31artyn. ( Ii'aee, 
]\nines, Lillian IL, 
Alilchell, .Maud, . 
i\lnssei\ Kale, 
Lai'doe, M innie II., 
Kus^ell, Jennie S., 
Sliamnio, Minnie k., 
Show all ei-, Ada. 
SlacklKMise. Pannni, 



EADIES. 



Leaver Meadow. 

Fort Littleton. 

. Hancock, Md. 

Hancock, Md. 

Washingtonville. 

Clearfield. 

Shickshinnv. 

Williamsport. 

Jiichboro. 

Sunhui'v. 
]>altimore, Md. 

Williams])()rt. 

Jersey Shore. 

Fhila(lel])hia, 

Newport. 

Newberry. 

(iirai-dville. 

Lhilipsburi;*. 

JiOek Haven. 

Jeansville. 

]*hili])sbui-g. 

Hai-risburg. 

Leaver Meadow. 

Ls])y. 

Williamsport. 

Henovo. 

Danville. 

Williamsport. 

Halifax 

• 

Salona. 
Shickshinny. 



ANNUAL CATALOGUE. 



17 



COLLEGE PREPARATORY DE- 
PARTMENT. 



GENTLEMEN. 



Names. 
Smyser, William E., 
Stein, James B., - 
Stine, William M., 
Yrooman, Adelbert, 



Residences. 

Bloomsbiirg. 

MifHintown. 

Howard. 

Newport. 



ACADEMIC DEPARTMENT. 



/ 



LADni:s. 



Names. 
Breese, Lorena, 
Clarke, Caddie, 
Clark, Cora J., 
Cummings, Clara, 
Curnow, Alice, 
Davidson, Lourina F., 
Denlap, Jennie, 
Derland, i>ertlia C, 
Dove, Carrie O., 
Dunmire, Annie, 
Edkins, Beatrice M., 
Finch, Dora, 
Foresman, Annie, 
Forrest, Annie, 
Gibson, llattie, 
Gould, May, 
Heivly, E. Mary, 
Hill, Julia, 
Ja('kson, Nellie, 
Jones, Lizzie, 
KaulTman, Hennie, - 



Reside nccs. 

Williamsport. 

Williamsport. 

(dierry Tree. 

Montandon. 

Stockton. 

Williamsport. 

Raucirs (bip. 

]^oilinu!; Springs. 

Williamsport. 

M(A cytown. 

Williamsport. 

Fleming. 

Williamsport. 

Littlestown. 

Williams])oi-t. 

Williamsport. 

Williamsport. 

Williamsport. 

WiHiams])ort. 

(firardville. 

Chicago, Ilk 



18 



WILLlAM.sl'our DICKINSON SKMlNAllV. 



ANNUAL CATAI/XaiK. 



10 



Nil III' s. 

Kcilli, I/k1;i r>., 
KocIj, Ida, 
Kocli, Laura, 
K rouse, Lauia i\I., 
Lovcland, Ida M., 
MahalVcy, Laura, 
M('1/,ii,rr, Mai\i;'i(', 
>rdl('r, Li/./ic, 
Miller, Maria, 
IMinL!:le, liertlia, 
Moore, Carrie, 
Nell", Minnie ()., 
()H\)nner, Mary V., 
Kiddle, daudia, 
Killer, Latu'a, 
Koss, Lulu, 
U*unyan, l^^mny, 
ballade. Amy 1^]., 
Slialer, >riiiui<', 
Spaeknian. Alia, 
Sj)a('kuiaii, iilaneiu', 
Stull, Sallie (\, 
rhnau. Cora, 
rjMle-ralV, i:ila >L, 
rpdeui'alV, Stie, 
\'(elklei', Li/,/ie, 
W a Iters, Anna, 
W a I son, ( 'lara, 
\\'eii:,le, Niriiinia, 



Adams, William >L, 
Akcrs, William W., 
Airey, Koheil W., 
Aii'cy, W illiam 1'., 
A mold, Jaeoh I >. , 
A nsl ill. i low ard S., 
1 »e\ cr, J a incv L. , 
1 Jcyer, John \\ ., 
lioii^e, 1 larry N., 
lii-ci-li, 1 lernian >L. 
iW'owncll, Arcliie, 
1)11 i'cii, A i'l lull', 
1)11 , II l('\\ ( '( >r^( Ml, 
< iic-l nil. i hnry ( ',, 
( iiu nil. ,l()<epli ( J., 
( '()r^~( >ii, I lai'i'y, 
( "( nson, William S., 
Daniels, William, 



(JKN'PLLMLN. 



h'csidi nccs. 

Newberry. 

WiHiainsj)()rl. 

WiHijims])()rL 

Willianisport. 

Lamar. 

Newberry. 

Willianisport. 

Wilnier. 

Leilcrsburi;', M(L 

Wiirnunsporl. 

Williainsporl. 

Pelersburi!;. 

.leansville. 

Liinlen. 

VViHiinns])ort. 

1 Newberi"yr 

WiHiamsi)ort. 

WiHianis|)oi-t. 

W^illiainsport. 

( Jrahamton. 

(Jrahandon. 

Audenried. 

Williamsport. 

- Newberi'y. 
Newberry, 

WiHiams])()rt. 

W^illiamsport. 

Lamar. 

WiHia,ms})()rt. 

Williainsporl. 

(den Hope. 

Sl-()(;kt()n. 

Stockton. 

iSew HulTido. 

Saluvia. 

Sinnemahoinni;-. 

Sinnemahonini;-. 

- (Jreen \'illaii;e. 

Catawissa. 

Willianisport. 

Willianisport. 

Williamspoi't. 

WiHiams])()rt. 

(Ui-ardville. 

- Newberry. 

'I'ivola. 
Girai'dville. 



/ 



Dill, Wiirnim IL, 
Dorr, (yharles, 
Dorr, Jesse, 
Farwell, T. [.. L. I)., 
(Janoe, Harvey 1^., 
(Jai'dner, Fraid<, 
Gearhart, Wilbur F., 
Good, W\ A., 
Gray, Victor, 
Heck, Albert, 
lleiser, Harry, 
lless, l^ruce IT., 
Hocking, William S., 
Horn, Daniel S., 
Kranini, Harry, 
K reamer, Frederick V., 
Krouse, (Icon F., 
Leckie, William, 
Lonu.', Anlell, 
Mann, William K., 
>Lison, Ambi-ose W^., 
Mason, William (/., - 
ALiller, David S., 
MouLi;, 101 mer K., 
Montelius, K. (I, 
Moore, K. Stewart, 
Moore, W^illiam IL, 
Mossei", J. ( Jiarles, 
Myers, diaries P., 
Myers, Samuel 1 L, 
KeiT, Elmer Iv, - 
Nesbit, W. K., 
Nortlieimer, J. Wilnier, 
Ransom, William K., 
Saire, Gyrus, 
ShalVer, Herbert L., - 
Smith, JMiierw 
Stein, James 11. , 
Vo'lklei". l']rnest J., 
Waiiiier, Theophilus, 
Watson, Thomas, 
Willis, I bury N., 
Willi Its, Harry J., 
W^ilson, I Larry L., 
Wilson, James Iv, 
Wright, William G., 



I'( s'nh iici N. 

Lewisbur!^-. 

Willianis|)oit . 

WiHiams|)oil . 

North liend. 

(yhambei-sburii,-. 

Ibistol, >L1. 

WiHiamsj)orl. 

Newberry. 

l^liilipsburg. 

Sliellsburg. 

Wiitsontown. 

Ik^rwick. 

Frost burg. Md. 

]5uiral() Mills. 

WiHiams])ort. 

Ijock Haven. 

Williamspoi't. 

Shenandoah. 

Williamsj)orl . 

Lock Haven. 

Milnesville. 

1 lairisburii'. 

Letersbui'Li'. 

Warrior's Maik. 

Ml. ( 'aiinel. 

W^ightsville. 

>niesbur!^-. 

New ( 'umberland. 

Myersdale. 

Pi])ersville. 

Petersburij.;. 

Fort Deposit, Md. 

KeadinLi:. 

W^illiamsporl. 

iMiiporiiim. 

Itocheslei-, N. \. 

lied ford. 

( Jirard\ ille. 

WilliamspoiM. 

K nobs vi lie. 

Shenandoah. 

Pi-eston, Md. 

WiHiams])ort . 

Stormstown. 

A boon a. 

Frostburg, Md. 



20 



WILLIAMSroRT DICKINSON SKMINARV 



ANNt:AL ('\TA\A)(iVK. 






IMilMA liY I )lH]I^A RTMEN^r. 



Namm, 
Brown, Phcebe, 
Burnley, Cloyd, 
Hurnley, Liic^y, 
iMlkins, Susie, 
Gray, Eva, 
(Treen, Jennie, 
Hicks, (ieoririana, 
I^unyan, May, 
Shinier, (ii'ace, 
Taylor, iMalx'l, 
Yoeuni, I^oltie, 



I)usler, Henry, 
dieston, Frank, 
Cliurcli, Ira, 
Keefer, Arthur, 
Koons, (Jeorjj^e, 
(Jearharl, Llovd, 
Medes. Lyman, 
Xeeld, ( Jeori^'e, 
Sliitllcr, John, 
\ andyke, Harry, 
\'(elkler, Max, 
^Oeuni, (ie()!-L!;e, 



LADIES. 



(H]NTL 



OMEN 



licsidences. 
Williamsport. 
Williamaport. 
Williamsport. 
Williamsport. 
Williamsport. 
Williamsport. 
Williamsport. 
Williamsport. 
Williamsport. 
Williamsport. 
Williamsport. 



Williamsport. 
Williams])()rt. 
WiHiams])ort. 
Willianis])()rt. 
Willianisj)()rt. 
Williains])()rt. 
Williamsj)()rt. 
Williamsj)()rt. 
WiHianisj)ort. 
Williams])()rt. 
Williamsport. 
Williamsport. 



/ 



/■ 



Nanirs. 
Showalter, A(hi, 
Slahley, Elora, 



Arnold, Jacob L., 
Hreisch, Jlernnm M., 
Browned, Archie S., 
Corson, Harry, 
Dill, William 11. , 
Eyer, Harvey B., 
Ganoe, Harvey B. 
(jJardner, Frank, 
Good, Wallace, 
Heiser, Harry, 
Hut(*hison, Wilbur L., 
Leckie, Willliam, 
Mann, W. K., 
Mason, A. W., 
Mason, W. C, 
Miller, D. S., 
Myers, S. H., 
Stout, Charles W., 
V(elkler, Ernest J., - 
Watson, Thomas, 
Willets, H. J., 
Willis, H. N., 
Wilson, Harry L., 
Wilson, JauH's E., 
Wright, William C, 



h'rsi'lf /icrs. 



GENTEEMEN. 



Salona. 
Way!ie. 

New P>ufral(). 

( 'atavvissa. 

WiHiams[)()i't. 

Newberry. 

- Lewisburg. 

Montouri^ville. 

Chambersburg. 

Bristol, Md. 

Newbc^rry. 

Watsontown. 

Jeansville. 

Shenandoah. 

Lock Haven. 

Ardn(!svil[e. 

Harrisburg. 

Petersburg. 

Fi pel's vl lie. 

('atawissa. 

Williarusport. 

Shenandoah. 

Williamsport. 

J^-eston, Md. 

Stormstown. 

Altoona. 

Frostburg, Md, 



MUSIC DEI^ A PvTMEN T. 



( \ )MA 1 E I{( ^ I A I . I )K PA 1 rPM 1h:NT. 



LADIES. 



LADIES. 



Dnnl.-ip, Jennie I F., 
(Jassaway, Luisita, 
Hill, dara. 



J\Csi<l(')l(r:<. 

liauch's Cbip. 

I^alfimore, Md. 

Williamsport. 



15aker, Margaret, 
Px'iuler, iVnna M., 
Perry, Minnie, 
P)ilbnan, Nellie, 
Preese, Lorena, 
Puckley, Ella M., 
Clarke, Cora J., 
(ylarke, Kate, 



Cent re vi He, Iowa, 
Williamsj)()il, 
\\'illiamsj)ort. 
Williamsj)oii. 
Williamsport. 
Beaver Meadow. 
Cherry Tree. 
Williamsport. 



i 



•)o 



WILI.lAMSrOKT DICKINSON SKMINARY. 



ANNI:a!. (:ATAL()(iUK. 



28 



( 'I'n'iL!', Jcmiic, 
( "ninmiiiL':s, ( Mni'a, 
( 'iiniow, Alice, 
Dnxidson, Lorcna, 
Dayloii, Susie, 
Dcrland, Px'rtlia (\, 
Dcir, Nellie, 
Dittniar, Miss, 
Dove, Carrie ()., 
Drum, Myrtle E., 
Dunmire, Annie, 
I'Jliott, .lulia, 
]''eri::us(>n, Helen E., 
Fessler, Ray, 
^Foresnnm, Annie E., 
Forrest, Annie L., 
(Jal)le, Annie. 
(;al)le, (Mara, 
(Jal)le, I'jnnni, 
({('hrel, Ella L., . 
( JloNcr, I'annie S., 
(Jordon, Mrs., 
(Jould, Mary Iv, 
( J \vy mi, Sallie, 
1 larnion, Sadie, 
llart/.ell, Ada (\, 
1 licks. ( JcoTLiiana, 
Hill. Oley, 
lliidxal, l^lla. 
Ilullar. Anna, 
Jones, l^\a M., 
Jones, Jennie L . , 
Keith. Li da I)., 
Ki-j(i\ Mis., 
Koch. L.'ini'a, 
1\ i( »ii-e, 1 -;i ura, 
K I'e.ini I'. Hall ie M., 
l,((kie. Ida May, 
Le\ eri'j H )( k N elkie, 
lJ..><k Ida M., 
L( »\ eland, Ida M ., 
M.ilialVey, Lani'a \'., 
Mai'k\ II, ( Jrace (J., 
Mason, Mary, 
Mer/LL'*'!', Margie, 
Miller, Li/,/.ie, 
Millci", Maria, 
Miimle. IJerllia, . 



Wasliini;l()nville. 
Montandon. 
Stockton. 
Williamsport. 
Wiirnunsi)ort. ' 
l^oilini;- SprinL!;s. 
Willianisporl. 
Williamsport. 
Williamsport. 
Sliickshinny. 
McVeytown. 
Uicbboro. 
Sunbury. 
Newberry. 
Willia,ms])ort. 
T/ittlestown. 
\ViUiainsj>ort. 
Williamsport. 
WiUiams])()rt. 
WiUianis])ort. 
Selins<i;rove. 
Willianispoi-t. 
Williamsport. 
McVeytown. 
Shirlcysbui'i;-. 
Newport. 
WiHiains])ort. 
Williamsport. 
Newberiy. 
Williamsport. 
(Jirardville. 
]Miilii)sburL';. 
Newberry. 
WiUiams|)ort. 
Williamsport. 
WiHiams|)ort. 
Eock Haven. 
Jcansxille. 
Jeansville. 
IMiilipsbui'LC. 
Lamar. 
Mewbeny. 
Beavei" Meadow. 
WiUiamsi)()rt. 
Williamsport. 
Witmer. 
Eeitersburir, Md. 
Williamsport. 



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Mussel", Kate !>., 
Musser, Minnie 10., 
Neece, Ida, 
N(dT, Minnie ()., 
Nice, Liz/ic IL, 
Noble, Minnie !>., 
Nuss, Laura, 
()'( Conner, Maiy, 
OJmstcad, Fannie, 
Fardoe, Minnies H., 
Fayne, Mrs. E. C, . 
Fe(J<, Mary li., . 
Handall, Josie, 
Kiale, Hannah E., 
Kipley, ()., . 
Russell, Jennie S., 
Sal lade, Amy, 
Sandei-s, ( 'assie K., 
Sartoi'i, Li/zie, 
Shannno, Minnie L., 
Sheets, Lulu, 
ShelTcr, ( 'ora, L., 
Slate, (.recy, 
Spa(-kmaii, Hlanche, 
Stabley, Mora, 
Sta(JviM)use, Fmma, 
Stcubci", ( /ccclia,, 
Stull, Sallie, 
Trainer, Emma, 
Trainer, 1 Lit tie, . 
Tvder Ada, 
F])de^ran", Sue ,J., 
Vcelklei", Lizzie M., . 
Waltci's, Anna,' . 
Williams, Mijude, 
Wilson, Helen E., 
^'ouniI:, 1011a, . 
^'ouni;', Jennie M., 

Airey, William F., 
Austin, Howard S., 
Fx'iitley, F. W., . 
Farwell, Truman L. L. D., 
Forrest, John W., 
(Jlenn, (Jeorge W., 
lleiser, Harry, 
Hutchison, Wilbur Iv., 
Kelly, William IL, 



GENTEFMEN. 



Jics/dcncrs. 

Renovo. 

Renovo. 

Williamsport. 

Fet<'fsl>ui"ii,'. 

Rcadini;'. 

WiHiamsj)oi"l. 

Hloomshuru,". 

Jeansville. 

Williamsport. 

Danville. 

Williamsport. 

Knoxville. 

Williams])ort. 

Williamsport. 

Williamsjx)!'!. 

."" Williamspor-I. 

WiHiamspofl. 

Driftwood. 

Williamspor'l. 

Halifax. 

Williamsijort. 

Williamspoi't. 

Williamsport. 

(jlr'aharnton. 

Wayne. 

Shickshinny. 

Williamspoi-l . 

Audemied. 

VV'illiamsporM . 

WiHiams[)or't. 

Harkins, N. V. 

Nevvhei-r-y. 

WiHianis|)()i-t. 

WiHiamspoiM. 

Newbeia-y. 

Sal on a. 

WiHiainsj)ori. 

Meyei'sdale. 

Stockton. 

Sal 11 via. 

Williamsport. 

Noi'th Bend. 

Litt lestown. 

. • Fillmoi-e. 

Wat soul own. 

Jeansville. 

Jlimhcsville. 



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WIKLTAMSPORT DICKINSON SKMlNAllV. 



ANNUAL CATALOGUE. 



25 



.Mallitl, l^rcvclt, 
NvW, VAnu'v K., . 
Kuiullc, X'cranus M., 
Sclilcli, 

Sliiic, William M., 
Tomliiison, Frank 11., 
Trocknitz, 
Uixlc-rair, Hoyd C, 
Vd'lklcr, Knu'st, 
Vd'Iklcr, Max (i., 
Wilson, James E., 
AVood, (Jarry, 
Wri-ht, Wiiliani (\, 



Jicsidcnccs. 

Willianisport. 

Pctcrsburii;. 

Walpack CViitrc, N. J. 

Willianis])()rt. 

Howard. 

. Moiitoursvillc^ 

Williamsport. 

Newberry. 

Willianisport. 

Willianisport. 

Altoona. 

Willianisport. 

Frostburi!;, Md. 



DIIAWINCI AND L^AINTING DE 

l^AKTMENT. 



1 

I 



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Nc(mr,9. 
Koch, Ida K., 
K rouse, Laura, 
Mjutland, Anna E., 
M(*l)owell, Fanny, 
Mitc-hell, Maud L., 
Nice, Lizzie, 
Packer, Juliet, 
Scates, Mrs. Charles, 
Shopbell, May E., 
Strausberij!;er, A., 
Thompson, Lizzie, 
lI])de«i:raiT, Ella, 
Updci^ralV, Lizzie, 
Warner, Sallie, 
Vocuni, i\Ls. E. H., 



Eyer, Harvey, 
Jones, diaries, 
Mallitt, Trevett, 
Rothroek, Boyd, 



GENTLEMEN 



WiHianis]K)rt. 
WilHanis])ort. 
Willianisport. 
WiHiains])()rt. 
Willianisport. 
Heading. 
Willianisport. 
Willianisport. 
Willianisport. 
Willianisport. 
Willianisi)ort. 
Newberry. 
Willianisj)ort. 
Willianisport. 
Willianisport. 

Montoui-sville. 
Willianisport. 
Willianisport. 
Willianisport. 



LADIES. 



\ 



Ay res. Amy, 
Px'nnct, Nannie, 
l^rown, Adelaide, 
r)i-()\vn, Mi-s. Alfi-ed, 
Clarke. Caddie, 
C()irmL;s, J ulia, 
( "inns, Maiy I''., 
Dcflaiid, I'.ci-lhn (\, 
1 )()\('. ( 'aii-jc ( )., 
Dunmirc, Annie, 
I'Acicll, Lottie C., 
( J lay, M IS. ]']. J., 
( Juss, Mai'iiarct A., 
1 larkinsoii, Marion ( '., 
I lauLi^liawont . L. May, 
Henderson, Mi's, H., 
Jless, iMJilh, 
Hill, dara, ' 
Jo?ies. Luln M., 
Keith. Lida 15., 
K irk, Nellie A., , 



Williamsport. 

Williams])()rt. 

Williams])ort. 

Wellsville, N. V. 

Williamsj)ort. 

. Camden, N, J. 

. deartield. 

Jjoilini;- Spring's. 

W^illiamsport. 

MeVeytown. 

WiHianisj)()rt. 

Willianisj)()rt. 

IVIiiHinburi^. 

Phila(lel])liia, 

Altoona. 

New York (Uty. 

WiHianis])()rt. 

Williams])()rt. 

Philadelphia. 

Newberry, 

Williamsport. 



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EL()( dJITON DEl/AirrxVLENT. 



Xdnir^. 

l>aker, Mar«2:aret, 
Mreese, Lorena, . 
P»uckley, EllaM., 
Cheston, Alice H., 
darke, Caddie, 
Craiii:, Jennie, 
('roll, Maro;aret, . 
DeHand, Hertha (\, 
Dove, Carrie ()., 
Dunmii-e, Annie, 
Edkin, l>eatrice M., 
Edkin, Susie, 
FerLi:uson, llelen E., 
Foresman, Annie E., 



LADIES. 



Centreville, Iowa. 

Williamsj)()]'t. 

Heaver Meadow. 

Williamsport. 

Williamsport. 

Washini^tonville. 

Williams])()rt. 

Eoiliiiii,- Springs. 

Williamsport. 

iVLA'eytovvn. 

\ViHiamsj)ort. 

WiHiams])()rt. 

Sunbuiy. 

WiHianis])ort, 



2C) 



WlLLlAMSroUT DICKINSON SKMINAKV. 



(fassaway, Luisita, 
(iilinorc, (Jussic II., 
(J \v villi, Sallic, 
Ilcivly, IMaiy E., 
IIaiiij;ha\v()iit, L. May, 
.loiics, Lizzie, 
IvrcaiiuT, llatlic M., 
Iv rouse, Laura M., 
Lloyd, Ida M., 
Lloyd, Maine, 
Maitland, Annie E., 
Millei", Maria, 
Uunyan, Fanny, 
Sliale, Ida, 
Showaltcr, Ada B., 
Stout, Prudie J{., 
^^'alters, Anna, 



Arnold, Jaeob L., 
Austin, Howard S., . 
J^rady, Lyons M., 
Beyer, (Jeoro'e K., 
Collins, G. W., . 
(Jlenn, (}eor!j;e W., 
Ileek, Orlando G., 
Ilockiiiii:, William S., 
Johns, William, 
Kle])t'er, (Teoi-t2;e M., 
Lambert. A. II., 
Nesbit, W. K., 
Poniei'oy, William K., 
Scclilci", William A., 
SluM'lock, ( 'lareiiee S., 
Slate, W. II. , 
Smyser. William K., 
S\\ art /. 'riMixtou S., 
\'(»lkmai\ William, 
\\ akelicld, ( JeorLi^c !)., 
\\ Clibci', .lames L., 
\\ 111! ncy , i lai'i'y II., 
Wi-i-ht, William (\, 
Williams, .himes M., 



GENTLEMEN 



Krndcnccs. 

l^altimore, Md. 

Jersey Shore. 

McVeytown. 

Willianis])orL 

Altoona. 

Girardville. 

Lock ritiven. 

Williumsport. 

Philipsburg. 

Williamsport. 

Willianisport. 

Leitersburt^, Md. 

Williamsport. 

Williams])()rt. 

Salona. 

Minneapolis, Minn. 

Williamsport. 



. New J^uil'alo. 

Saluvia. 

Mackeysville. 

Tyrone. 

Meyersdale. 

Fillmore. 

Tl)re(; Sprint^^s. 

Frostburii;. Md. 

Frostburi!;, Md. 

Saxton. 

deartield. 

Port Deposit, Md. 

Concord. 

Danville. 

fjewistowMi. 

Williams})()rt. 

Danville. 

Duncannon. 

Williamspoi-t. 

Shii-leysbui'i!:. 

Altoona. 



Half Moon. 

Frostburir, Mel. 

Dover, Del. 



\ 



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ANNUAL CATAI/XIIK. 



SPECIAL STUDENTS. 



Names. 
Ay res. Amy, 
r]v(!rett, liOttie, 
(Jlover, Fannie S., 
1 laianon, Sadie, 
1 Ie])burn, Clara, 
Leckie, Ida, May, 
Lundy, Cora, 
Mallitt, JIattie, 
McDowell, Fanny, 
ISoble, Minnie B., 
Nuss, Laura, 
I^irdoe, Minnie IL, . 
Sanders, Ella (J., 
Warner, Sallie, 
Wincliester, Anna 13., 



Horn, Daniel S., 
K(*lly, William H., 
Land)ert, Andirose K., 
Stout, Charles W., 
Wakelield, (Jeor<i;e P., 
Williams, James M., 



LADIES. 



GENTLEMEN 



J 



27 



R('sl(l('ii('(^. 

Williamsport. 

Williams])ort. 

Selinsu^rove. 

Shirleysburii:. 

WiHiams])ort. 

Jeansville. 

Williams])ort. 

Williamsport. 

Williams])ort. 

WiHiams])()rt. 

Lloomsburi^. 

Danville. 

Driftwood. 

WilIiams})ort. 

Williamsi)()rt. 



P^uiTalo Mills. 

IIuii:hesville. 

Cleartield. 

( 'atawissa. 

Shirleysburij;. 

Dover, Del. 



28 



WILLI A>lSIM)irr DICKINSON SIOMINAKV 



ANNUAL < A TAI^Odli:. 



9<) 



SlJMMAin'. 



PUIZH]S AW Ai:i)KI) IN isss». 



Students in Classical Department, 

Students in Scientific Department, 

Students in J^elles Lettres De])artnient, 

Students in (\)lleo:e I?re])anit()ry I)ei)arlmeiit, 

Students in Academic De])arlment, 

Students in Primary Department, 

Students in Commercial l)e))artm('nt, 

Students in T^locution I)('i)artinent, 

S])ecial Students, - - - . _ 

MLsjc^ i)i:PAK^rMi:Ni^ 

Students in Instrumental Music, 

Students in Tliorouiili Bass, 

Students in X'ocal (^dture, _ . . 

ART J)j:paktment. 

Students in Oil I^untini^, - - - . 

Students in ( 'rayonini^:, - . . . 

Students in Porti-ait ( ^i-ayoinnii:, 

Students in China Painting-, 

Students ill j*eneil Drawinu", 

Students in IMiotoLirapli I*aintin<:-, 

Students in PoiMrait Paintin*-- 



(Fall Term, 
a\unil)er hy ^^m-uis : Winter Term, 

(Sprini!,- Tei-m, 

Whole Xund)er ]}\ Terms 



20!) 



28 
43 
31 
4 
115 
28 
30 
55 
21 



!)5 



*>"» 
/<-•> 



41 



5() 
5 
6 
6 
6 
2 
1 



727 



i) 



^ I 



THE PKEHIDEXTB IMUZE FOR EXCELLEN(JE IN \VUITIN(J AND DELIVE 

OliATION: 

riiomas M. P,. Ilieks. - 



RING AN 



''i"^ 



Washiniiton, I). C^ 



n ■) 



TUK FACULTY PiU/F FOR F X ( K LLFN( ' K IX WRITIXO AM) RFA.»IN(; AN FSSA V : 

Miss Ada M. C. Ilart/ell, - . a . 

' - - - - - J\e\v})ort, 

TUF ML'S. F. ,F. CRAY I'IMZF Foi: F \(' F LF.F.\( K IX eiCADIXC: 

^--'•^•'^f- i<l-Pf^'r, ------'.. . iVeirs Mills. 

TilF eilARLFS C. MISSIXA I'RI/F FOI> FXeFI,I.FX(F IX l)F( LA M ATION : 

Miss Jennie Ijoii"-, - . A\r-n- 

- NVilliamsj)ort. 

THE MISS L. M. ,M)XKS I'IM/F FOR F\eFLLFX(F IX FFCITATIOX: 

Miss Laura May IFauuiiawout, Hirst, ) - - . . \if 

~ ■" ~ iijiooiia. 

Miss Pll.'i M. P.ucklev, (second, ) . [>,..,,,, , m , 

-' ^ '^ • - - - 1>< a\ er A! eadow. 



T'lF J. r. Lirri.K fri/.f i 



Miss Clara Davis, 



IIF FIFSI emZF FOR FXCFI.I.FXCF IX IXSTRI MFXTAL 

.Mr>i(': 



THF I). S. AXOins ,V CO. I'lM/.F TUF ^F(()X[) I'RI/F FOF 

Si IM MFXIAI. MFSIC : 

Miss Prank P>aker, 



Lewistown, 



i;X( FI.LFXCF IX IX- 



Ccntreville, Iowa 



TUF FROFFSSOR V<FLKI.FR I'FI/F TUF TIIIFI) FFI/F FOR FXCFIT. 

MFXIAI. MFMC: 

Miss Josie Randall, --_.__ 



FXCF IX IX>TR( 



WiHiams])ort 



THE IIAZFFFT I'FIZF FOR FXCFIT, FXCF IX OH. |'AIXTIX(J: 

Miss Anna E. Maitland, - - - . w-n- 



amsp(ul. 



I 



:m) 



^y\l^A\Msv^)KT dickixson si:minahv 



COlJliSJL\S OJ^^ STUDY. 



^ In order to meet the wants of a larger class of Students, eight regular 
Courses of Study are provided, nanu'ly : The Normal English, Belles Lettres, 
Seienee and Literature, (Massieal, College Preparatory, Art, Music, and Com- 
nu'rcial. Students may adopt any of these (\)urses exclusively, or may 
select such studies from them as they desire, snbject to the approval of the 



Facultv 



ri'^ 1 



The Normal Eii-lisli is (Icsi-iicd to iiiccl 11,,. iiicrcasin,^^ (li'inand for (("aclicrs 
in our Coiiunon Schools, and is lirarlily comnu.Mdcd lo youuix ludies and 
-cnllcincn who .icsirc Ihorou-h inslruclion and drill in the Kn-lish branches 
To those who eonii.lele I his Course a Diploma, expressin.i; the scholarship 
attained, will be i^'iven. 

The Helles Lettres Course is speci;tlly arran-ed toacconiniodale youn.r ladies 
win, may wish to onut the lli-her Ma! h,.nndi<-s beyond Klemenlary Al-ebra 
and (ie(unelry. It thus allords o,,porlunily t., <-o,nn.ct studies in Music and 
Art with a well selected Ccnu'se in Literature and Science. 

The Course in Science and I.iteralur,. is inlen,le,l to -ive wider culture and 
more Ihorou-h mental ,lisclpli,„.. It ditlVrs fron. the (Classical Course 
"''""b- in that it ounts the (Jreek Lan.^Mna^v ..ntirelv, and n.akes Latin 
'■''■'•"^'' "i"' *■'■'■'"•■'" '"■ l''n'nch durin,^ the tlrsl two years. Betor,. entering 
"Pon tins Cours,., th,. Stud,.nt must be thorou-rhly acp.aintcd with the 
( orninon lliejlish br'anches 



I iir < la^M.al Cours,. is much nnuv cxt.msiv,. than is ordinarilv pursued at 
^e.ninarn.. It will co.upar,. favorably with the curriculum ad,.pl..d by our 
li-l ,n>lilu.io„.ot ],....,.ni„... U-c ,„r,,, i, ,vith cnlir.. contidence to y'oun^r 
""■" "'"■•"■'' l'ni>arin..- lor prolcs.iona! life, and also to youn,- ladies who 
-Pire to superior iulellcMual cullur,.. The pr,.paration for this Course is a 
tiiorough knouleduc of Ih,. studies cnbraced in the Aca.iemic C,un-sc. 

The ( ollcv I'r.paratory Course is arran.^cd for those who d,.sire Ihorou-d, 

m^nuc,,.,,, and M.bauatic drill in all l.ran.lH.s rc,,uisi,e for adnnssiou ,oom- 

':; *""'r'-^ 7'' '-'■'-''- Weco,nnua,d it specially to parents who 

"r; ";'''"■'■ """■ """ "'"'"'■""■ "•^'"■l"-"" '••■"■'• "f .-xperienced teachers 
^vhd.. they rcecne iUr literary culture of , |,i,h ..rade institution of learnin./ 
and eujoy th,. soci.d advantages of a wcll-re-ulated Chri.slian home 



^ 



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ANNUAL catalo(;l'i:. 



31 



AC^ADKMKl COURSE. 

This Course will <;ivo thoronuh instruction and drill in tluM^nnnion Kni^Hisli hmnclics, and 
also ])rei)ar(' the Student for admission to tiie hiirher Courses. Classes are^lornied each term, 
for be^dnnino; and advanced Students, in AriUimetic, Grammar, (ieo-rai)hy, Ili.-tory, Al-ebra' 
Geometry and Latin. 



Fall Teilm. 



WiNTEK Teem. 



Sprlxg Term. 



Fall Term, 



Winter Tekm. 



Spring Term. 



FIRST YEAR. 

( Arithmetic, (Robinson.) 
- Gramnuir, (Harvey.) 
(Geography, (Swinton.) 

( Arithmetic, (Robinson.) 

' Grammar, (Harvey.) 

( Geography and Map Drawing, (Swinton.) 

( Aritlimetic, (RobinsoiL) 

Grammar, (Harvey.) 
( Geography and Map Drawing, (Swinton.) 

SECOND YEAR. 

f Aritlimetic, (Fish's Complete, Robinson.) 
I (Ti-ammar, (Harvey.) 
'■[ History United States, (Lossing.) 
I Latin-^First Lessons, (Leighton.) 
L Book-Keeping— optional. 

f Arithmetic— Mental and Written. 
I Grammar, (Harvey.) 

History United States, (Lossing.) 

Latin— Grammar and Reader— (Allen 6c Greenough.) 

Book-Keepingoptional. 

f Arithmetic; Reviewed. 

I English Analysis. 

; Alg(d)ra, (Roi)inson\s Eh^ments.) 

Latin— Syntax and (\'esar (Allen & Greenough.) 

Bo()k-Kee])inir- optional. 



[^ i>o()K-l\ee])ing- oj; 

Spelling, Reading, Penmanship, Composition and Declamation throughout 
the C'ourse. 

Examinations for admission to any C\)urse above the Academic will beheld 
the second day of ea(di term, though Students coming at any time durinii; thci 
term may be examined when they enter. 



NORMAL ENOLISIL COUII^IO. 

This Cours(> is desi<,rned to accommodate yoim-- men and women whose (ime for school is 
limited, and ("specially those who are preparini,^ 1<> teach in our ComnuMi Schools. A Dii-loma 
will l)e <,nven to those who complete the Course. 



Fai.lTkrm. 



JUNIOR YEAR. 

f Arithmetic Written and AL'iital 

I English Grammar, (Harvey.) 

[ (ieogra])hy, (Swinton.) 

I History U'nited States, (Lossing.) 

( R()()k-Keei)ing optional (P>ryaiit cV: St ratton.; 



(Eish\s Complete, Rob- 
inson. ) 



32 



Wir.LlAMSPOUT DlClClXSON SKMINAUY. 



W 



INTKi: 'VVAI 



M 



Si'KiNd Ti:km 



( Aiillnnctic Wrillcii and ^Icntnl - (Kisli's Complete, Kol)- 

, 1mil;TisIi ( Jnmimnr, f 1 la'x cy. ) [inson.) 

I (iconi-apliy and Map I )i-a\viiiL;-, (Sw'mlon.) 

L History rnitcd Stales, ( LossiiiLi:. ) 

[ Aiitliinetie Written and Mental ( b'islTs Complete, Uoh- 

I l\nii:lish (Jrannnar, (Harvey.) |inson.) 

I Ali;-el)r.", (llohinson's lilenients.) 

[ Hook-Keepini;- optional ( Hryanl A: Slrallon.) 



1 



Hist 



SKNIOK VKAK, 



ory, (Swinton's Outlines.) 



^ AM- I KKM, 



Civil (fovernnient, (Vounii;. ) 
) Alii'ehra, (Robinson's I^^leinents. ) 
[ PhysioloL!,y, ( Hutchison. ) 

I HistoiT, (Swinton's Outlines. ) 
I Khetorie, ( (^uaekeid)os. ) 
WiNi'Ki: 'I'lCK.M. [ Physical ( Jeonrapliy, (Houston.) 

I N:yural rhilosojihy, (i'eck\s (iiinot, Revised.; 
( Jeonieti-\', ( Went worth. ) 



Sim:in(; TniiM 



f Rhetoi'ic, ( (^uackenhos. ) 

i Physical ( JeoLii-a|)hy, (Houston.) 

; Natural lMiiloso])hy, ( i'eck\s (Janot, lU'vised.) 

[^ ( Jeonu'try, (^ Went worth. ) 



i'.I^LlJ'lS 1J':'I"IMM']S COI'IJSK 

T'pon coiiiplctiii'j; lliis Coiiisc the Student will Ix- entitled to the Decree of Mistress of h'.mdish 



Liteiatiire M. i:. I, 



All, I i:i:m 



SOIMIOMORK ^'KAI 



f Aritlnnetic, ( 1^'isli's ( 'oinplele. ) 
I JMiLilish ( Irannnar, (Harxcy.) 
i Historv rnite(l States, (Lossiiu 



Pat 
1^ 



111 



) 



reiich, 



PI 



eel i\ (' 



(ieiMuan. ) 



Pliysical (ieo^fa))hy, (Houston 
AlL!;(d)ra, i Robinson's P^leinents. 
I'aiLiTish (Ji'annnai', (Hai'\'e\. ) 



Win ri;i: 'rici.'M. ^ History P nited States, ( I 



iOSsinLLV 



) 



Pat in. 

P'l'ench. '^ Plecti\ 

(iennan. ) 



Si'i;i\(i '!" 



i:i;m 



I'hysical ( b'0'_^ra])hy, ( Houston 
AlL:(d»fa, ( Roldnsoifs Plenienls 
I'JiLiIish Anahsis. 



Pat 



III 



I'encii, 



} 



- 1" 



led l\( 



(ieiinan. \ 



i 



Wll.l.IAMSI'ORT DICKINSON' SKMINAUV 



33 



Fam. Tkijm. 



JPNIOP. VPAR. 

History, (Swinton's Outlines.) 

Physi()loi;y, ( 1 lutchison. ; 

Natural i'hiloso|)hy, ( Peck's (iaiiot, Revised.) 

(/ivil (government, (^()un;i^^.) 



v^ 



r 



I^:itin. } 

French. • lOlecl 

(fcrmun. ) 



ive 



Winter Term, 



IPistory, (Swintoirs OutTmes.) 

Khetori(;, ((^uax-kenbos.) 

Nutural lMiil()S()])hy, ( Peck's (jlanot,, Revised.) 



in. 



Put 
French 



} 



Plective 



1^ (jrcrmun. ) 



Sl'PJNd TlCIiM, 



( Khet()i-ic, ((2uackeid)os.) 
I (jleometry, ( Went wort h. ) 
} I>()tany, ((Jray.) 



in. 



P;it 
French 



) 



i:i 



eel ive 



L <}er 



man, 



SPNIOR VPAI 



f P^nirlish Piterature, ("Shaw.; 
iMoral Sci(;nce, (Wayland.; 



FallTePcM. ; Z()()l().iT^y, (Orion.) 

(JeoloLCV, (Dana, j 



W 



IN 1 EU I ERM, 



Political iM'onomy, fWayland Phaj)in, j o])tioual 

f Mental Science, (WaylamL) 

I ( 'hemist ry, ( l^liol cV Stoi'ei-. ) 

\ IiOLi,ic, (( 'o|>p(''e. ) 

[ Ast I'onomy, ( Ray. ) 



( l^'.vidences of Phi-islianily, 'i*aley.) 
Sl'KiNO 'ri'.KM. Mental Science, (Wayhind.) 

( ( 1iemisli-v, ( iOliol «.V Stofcr. ) 



coiiiisi'] IN seii'iNci-: and i.rri':i;A'rri;i';. 

T^poii coniijlet iti'j; tlie folIouinL'" ( 'oiii'se the St iident will he entith'd to t he I icjiec of l'.;ie|ic|(»t' 



of Seienee. Those not wishing to take the \\ hole ( 'onise can jjiii'-iie -iieh stud 
siihjeel to tlie jH'tion of the l-'aeulty. 



soPHoMoRi: vi:ar. 

History, (SwintonV Oullines. ) 
Civil ( b)\crnmenl, ( ^'ouiil!. ) 
Alo('l»ra, Robinson's I^h'inents. ) 

Patin I^'ii'sl Pessons ( Pei;_!,iit on. )) 



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WIl.LIA^rSPOKT DICKIXSOK SEMINARY. 



f History, fSwiiitoirs Outlines.) 

I I\li('t()i-i(\ ((^uackciibos.) 

! Al«j:('l)i-a, (Kohinsoirs rnivcrsity.) 

\ Latin (Jramniarand Reader - (Allen i\: Green-) 

I French. [oui;-h.) - Elective. 

1^ German. ) 

{ llhetoi'ic, ((Jnackenl)os.) 

I Aliicbra. (Robinson's University.) 

i Geometry, (Wentworth.) 

j Latin Syntax— Cfcsar — (Allen & Greenougli.)) 

I French. - Elective. 

( German. ) 



JUNIOR YEAR. 

Enii-lish Litei'atui'e, (iShaw.) - 

'['*hysioloi2:y. (Hutchison.) 

GeometiT, (Wentworth. ) 

Natural Philoso])hy, (Peck's (Janot, Revised.) 
Latin C\'esar~ Syntax -(Allen ^ Greenougli.)) 
French. Elective, 

(icrman. ) 



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CLA SPIRAL (X)URSK. 

Upon coiiipk'tiiiL^ the followiii}^ Course the Student will h(\ entitkul (o the Deiirce of iJaclielor 
of Arts. Those not wishuiij; to comj)lete the Course can pursue such studies as they desire, 
subject to the action of the Faculty. 

SOPHOMORE YEAR. 



Fall Term. 



History, (Swinton's Outlines.) 

Civil Government, (Y'oung.) 
{ Algebra, (Robinson's Elements.) 
I Latin — Caesar — (Allen & Greenough.) 
1^ Greek — First Lessons, (White;) Grammar, (Goodwin.) 

f History, (Swinton's Outlines.) 
I Rhetoric, (Quackenbos.) 
Winter Term. { Algebra, (Robinson's University.) 

I Latin — Virgil — (Greenough.) 
[_ Greek — First Lessons, (White:) Grammar, (Goodwin.) 



SPKiNCi Term, 



f Rhetoric, ((Quackenbos.) 

I Algebra, (Robinson's Fniversity.) 

; G e () m e t ry , ( We n t w o r t h . ) 

Latin — Virgil- (Greenough. ) 

Greek — Anabasis. 



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Natural Philosophy, ( Peck's (Janot, Revised.) 
I Mental Philosopliy, (Wayland.) 
I Ti'igonometiT, (Wentworth.) 
\ Latin \'irgil ( (ireenougli. )) 
I French. Fleet ive. 

I German. } 

Evidences of Christianity, (Paley.) 

Mental Philosophy, (Wayland.) 

Pot any, (( J ray. ) 
^[ Sur\'eying, ( Mui'i'ay. ) 

Latin \'ii"gil ( ( Jreenough. j) 

French. r Elective. 

(Jennan. } 



SENIOR YFAP. 

f ]\Toi'a] Science, TWayland.) 

I ( J('(doLiy. ( I )ana. ) 

\ Zoitlogy, M)rton. ) 

I Political JM-onomy, (Wayland — Chapin.) 

1^ Analytical (fcomct it, (Olney.) 

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[ Logic, ( ( 'op] )(■('. ) 

j Chemisti-y with Lectures (L'liot t^ Storer. ) 

A^t ronomy, ( Pay. ) 
^ Calculus, ( Olney. ) 

f Putlci-'s Analogy, f I'jnory ^V: Crooks.) 

J Ciienii^tiT with Lectui-es (Eliot A: Storer.) 

I l^nglisii. Past and Pi"esent, (Trench.) 

[^ Cahadus^ ^Olney.) 



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JUNIOR YEAR. 

English Literatui'c, (Shaw.) 

Natural Philos()])hy, ( Peck's Ganot, Jicvised. 

Physiology, ^Hutchison.) 

GeometiT, (Wentworth.) 

J^atin — Virgil - (( Ireenough. ) 

(wreck - Anabasis. 



( Mental Phil()so])hy, (Wayland.) 
Natural Phil()S()])hy, (Peck's Ganot, Revised.) 



Winter Term. \ Trigonometry, (Wentworth.) 

I Latin — Cicero- Orations. 
L Greek — Homer- Riad. 



Spring Tepti. 



Fall TEiiM. 



f Evidences of C'hristianity, (T^aley.) 
1 Mental l^hiloso])h\', (Wavland.) 

Survevinu', (Murra\ . ) 
I Latin- Cicero Orations. 
1^ ({reek Homer. 

SEMOP VFAP. 

f Moral Science, (Wayland.) 

I Political Economy, ( Wayland —Chapin.) 

I Geology, ( Dana. ) 

"* Analytical Geometry, (Olnev.) 

Latin Horace. 

C^reek -Xenophon Memorabilia. 

f Logic, (Co])pee. ) 
Chemistry with Lectures (Eliot «.^ Storer.) 



WiNTEuTEiiM. i A«"-"non,,v (Kay ) 



V. 



Calculus, (Olney.) 
Ijatin [Jvv. 

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(ireek - Plato Apology and Crito. 






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I>ul]('r's An:il(>L!,v, ( iMiiofy A: Crooks.) 
dicmisli-y willi Lectures ( I'^liot A: Storer.) 
Caleulus, (Oliiey. ) 

Latin Tacitus ({erniania and Aixricohi. 
(Jreels. Demosthenes Orations. 



(X)LLK(;e pkeparatoky course. 

This Course is nrran^^ul for tliosc wlio cU'siro to prepare for admission to any Amorican 
('(»I1('jj:;c or riiivcrsity. StuiU'iits may cuter it at any point for vvliicli tliey are i)rei)arecl. Those 
e()ini)k'tiii^^ it will receive a Du'loma. 

8()P110MOJiE YEAR. 



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I*\\i,i. 'Leilnl 



\\'i.\ri;i: Tkk.nl 



Sl'IMNC M'el'M, 



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Latin First Lessons — Crieii2:liton. ) 

(Jreck Fii-st Lessons (Wliite:) (Jraniinar (Goodwin.; 

Aritlnnetic, (Kol)insoirs Complete.) 

( Ji'ammar, ( 1 lai'vey. ) 

Amei-ican History, (Lossinn;. ) 

Tiatin (^I'ammar and J^eader (Allen it Greenou<2:lL) 
(Ji'cek First Lessons (Wliite;) (Grammar ((Joodvvin.) 
Arithmetic. ( Kohinsoirs Comi)lele. ) 
(li'ammar, ( Harvey, j 
American Histoi'v, (Lossinir. ) 

Latin Syntax and Ca'sar (Allen A:- Greenou^h.) 
(Ireek Anabasis. 
Fnu^'lish Analysis. 
Arithmetic Completed. 
Algebfa, ( RohinsoiTs Elements.) 

JUNIOIi YEAR. 

Latin — Ca'sar. 

Greek — Anabasis. 

Alii:el)i-a, (Robinson's P^lements.) 

HistoiT, (Swinton's Outlines.) 

L.ilin N'ii'ii'il (Chase.) 
(Jreck Anabasis. 
(}eometi-y. ( Went wort h. ) 
History, (Swinton's Outlines.) 
Rhetoric, ( ( )uackcnbos. ) 

Latin Yiriiil (Chase.) 
(Ji'cck Anab;isis. 
( MMtmct i-y, ( Went worth. ; 
Rhetoi-ic, ^(^uackenbos. ) 

SENIOR YEAR. 



Latin X'ii'Liil ((1iase.; 
I (fi'eck Fi'ose. 

-{ Natural Philos()])hy, (Peck's Ganot, Revised.) 
I (Jeometry, ( Wentwoi'tJL ) 
I Pliysioloi:'y, (Hutchisonj-optlonal, 



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I Latin Cicero Orations. 
^.r rl^ I (ii'cek Homer Iliad. 

] Natural l*hnoso])iiy, (^ l\'cl<: s Ganot, Revised.) 
L iMental Philosopiiy, (Wayland.; 



Si'KiN(; Teum. 



r^atin ('icero Orations. 

Greek — Homer — Iliad. 
1 Mental Phil()so])hy, (Wayland.) 
(^ Ijatin l^rose. 



(JEir.MAN ('OLIISE. 



M ( ) 1 ) E liN I , A N( a J A ( i P]S. 

Coinfort's German Course. 

German Con versat ion. 

Aim's Syn()])sis. 
I Sprachdcnklehre, (Wurst.j 
I Reader, (Otto.) 
I Wilhelm Tell, (Schiller.) 
I r)uni!,-t'rau von Orleans, (Schiller.) 
j Ij)hi^'(mie aut" Tauris, ((x(ethe.J 
I Faust, (G(cthe.) 
( Dictionary, (Adler.) 

Ruck in sham's Paiii^enes. 

Abr('Li,(' de La Gi-ammaire Fi-ancaise, (NoTl et Chapsn 

Reader, (Alin. ) 

Paul et \Mri2:inia. (St. Pierre.) 

('lassie Reader, (De Fivas. ) 

Coi'innc, (^Ladame de St.'U'l.) 

L'Allemaii;iie, (ALadame de Stai'l.; 

Les .>nserables, (Victor Hugo.; 

Dictionary, (Surrenne. ) 



TriTiox— .t^'j.50 each, per term of twelve weeks. 



Fkencii (.'oiie.sE. 



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■ COURSE L\ MUSIC. 

The aim in this de])artment will be to give a thorough Musical Educa- 
tion, both in the teclini(pie and the a'sthetics of the art: and to this end 
only sUnidard text-books and studies will be used. 

The Graduating Course com])rises selections from the following studies, 
and is intended to ocfaipy about three years. Sludenls com])le1ing the 
(Jourse, including Thorough Pass, will receive a Diploma. Pieces ada])ted 
to the attainments of the i)upil are given from the tirst. 

FHiST YEAR. 

Sudds' National School for the Piano-Forte: New I-'ngland ('(uiservatory 
Method; DiivernDy's Studies in .Mechanism ; Herz's Studies, J^)ok I and 2; 
Kranse's ^ttidies, op. 2 and 4; Loesclilinni's, op. (HI; Phudy's Technical 






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Sludics: Hci-tin'rs, op. 2\) and )i2 ; MasoiTs Syslciu of Acccnls; C/crny's 
Scliool of X'clocit}', l>()()k 1 and 2; C/ciny's 100 Progressive Sludics, oj). \H[), 

SECOND YP]AK. 

Sudds' National School for the Piano-Forte ; ('/erny's Studies on tlie 
Art of I)evelo])ing the Fingers, op. 740, JJook land 2; Czerny's School of 
Velocity, Book 3; Jlerz's Studies, Book 3, 4 and 5; Moscheles, op. 73; 
Kohler's Special Studies, Book and Exercises ; Kohler's Classical School, 
from No. 1 to 0; Mayer's Studies, op. 01, Book 1 and 3; Clement's Preludes 
and Exercises; Heller's Studies, op. 4(>, Book 1 and 2. 

TlllUI) YEAR. 



— Czerny's, o]i. 740, Book 3, 4, 5 and 0; Moscheles' Studies, op. 70; Clement's 
Studies; Cfi-adus and Parnassun ; Cramer's Studies ; Eiszt's Studies ; Thalberg 
Studies: Schuman's Studies, ()]). 13. 

V()(\\E TPAIXlNi;. 

FiK'sT ^'K.\|^ Study of the Registers, the Major Scale, Solfeggi, (P>assini, 
Lahlanche, Concone or e(|uivalent ;) sonu' songs. 

Skcom) Vkak'. Chromatic Scale, Minor Scale, Swelled Notes, Ornaments, 
(Bassini, (\)nc()ne or c(|uivalent :) some songs, (Abt, Kuecken, Gumhert, 
Proch, Millard, etc.) 



Recitation, Oratorio 



TiiiiM) Vkam. Solfeggi, ( Bordogni, Concone, etc.. 
and 0])eralic Music. 

THEORY OF MUSIC. 

l-'iKsr Ykwi. - Rudiments of Thorough Bass. 

Si'.coM) ^'KAl^ A. X. Johnson's llai'mony. 

TiiiiM) ^■I•:Al^ A. N. Johnsoifs Harmony and History of Music. 

Sludciits not wishing to take the (Jradualing Pi.ano Course mav take a 
^^""'■^<' <"• '•><' Ivced Organ, selected hy the teacher, and will he likewise 
,-i;i"l<'<i >'> i>iploma, if they ac(juire ahility in reading ordin;n■^' church music 
at sight, and in a manner sulliciently clear for l)Ui-]>oses of accomi)animent. 

Siudents of ihe (Jraduatiiig Piano :ind Oi'gan Courses are reipiired to join 

the Cciiei'al Singing Class. 

A full Coui-se of \'iolin Playing has also been ]^re])ared for the Ix-neflt of 
those who aic seckiiiL!.' supei'ioi- attainnu'nls in this dep:irtment. 

All Music Scholai-s have Vocal CuWuvv f/rf of rJia?'gf, but classes will only 
!»(' forincfl when foui' or moi'c desire to enter them. 



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Instrumental Music, Piano or \{vvi\ Organ, 

Us('of Instrument, (two periods each day,) 

Pij)e Organ, --____ 

U^se of Instrument, (one hour each day,) 

Theory of Music;, in classes of four or more, (eachj 

riieory of Music, to singh; ])upils, - - . 

Voc^al (yulture, in classes, - - . . 

Vocul ('ulture^ to single pupils, - - . 

Vocal Music;, in (;lasses of ten or more. 

Violin Music, in classes of four, (ea(;li,) 

Violin Music, to single i)U])ils, 

Violin Music;, in classes of two, feacth,) 



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NORMAL MUSK^ (!()MKSK. 

The growing love of Music; has largely inci-eased the demand for com])e- 
tent music; teac-hers. To meet this demand this(^)urse is established. We 
present it with entire contidence to those who desire to become skilled in 
their ])rofession, but who have not had oppoi-tunity for Normal training. 

The Institution is aiyply sui)])lied with first-class instruments, com])rising 
(irand, U])right and Scjuare Pianos, with c;onvenient access to a large and 
superior Pij)e Organ. 



The Course will extend through one year, upon c-omj)leting which the 
Student will be entitled to a I)ii)Ioma, with the Degree of P>achelor of Music. 

Admission to the Normal Class will be by Diploma, or u])on examination 
in the studies comprised in our regular "(/ourscin Music, ^' oi- t heir ecpii va- 
le nts. 

Among the special advantages olVered may be mentioned: (1) Carefid 
instruction by a 1 horoughly educated (;erman Professor of acknowledu'ed 
ability and wide experience: i '2 ) Daily opportunity to hcai" how the dillVrent 
brancdies of Music are taught : (:{) Practical woi'k in teachinLi- under Ihe per- 
sonal dii-ection of a su])erior inst ructor ; (4) Rare facilities b)r cult ival in^- a 
coi-rect taste in Music, in concei-ts given from time to time, and in weekly 
l)ublic entertainments, i)artly musical, in the Seminary Chapel : f 5 i Coni;e('- 
tion with a long established and widely known Eiterary Instilution, whic-h 
\\\\\ cdieerfully aid in securing foi- its pupils positions as teachcis. 

Six lessons will 1)e given each week, namely: T\yo in teachinii- the 
Elements of Music, two in teaching the Theory of Music, and t 
lessons on the Pi;uio or (Jrand Pi])e Organ, as i)referre(l. 



vyo pi'ivale 



TUITION. Ti:i:m, P3 Weeks. 

Seventy-two lessons, ---.._ 

I se of Piano foi- pi'actice, (two periods each day,) 
I se of Pipe Organ for i)rac4i(;c, (one hour each day,; 



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(H)rRSK IN ART. 

This (U'partnu'iit is under tlic (lircctioii of a lady of rare ability and wide 
culture, llavin-- added to the usual Art (^urriculuni in a Seminary the 
regular course at a Sciiool of Desi-n, she is thorou-'My (lualitied to meet the 
nu"Ist ri-id demand for instrr.c'/ion in both the useful and ornamental branches 
of the dei)artment. 

The (bourse in Drawini;- comprises Linear, Perspective, Object and Model 
Drawing". Due attention is oivcMi to the branches of India Ink, Water Colors, 
Pastel and Crayoniuir — Portrait Crayoninu' being a specbUty. The Course in 
Oil end)races Landscape and Portrait Painting. 

Students desiring a full (\)urse in this dei)artment will, upon satisfactory 
advancement in all its branclies, be entitled to a Diploma. 



TriTlOX. TKiiM, T\vKi,\E Wki:ks, ;50 Lessons. 

Monochromatic and Pastel Painting, (each,) 

Painting in Water Coloi's, . _ - - - 

Piunting in Oil, ------ 

Portrait Painting, - - 

Pencil Drawinii:, __---- 

Portrait Crayoning, ------ 

Cravon Draw inn:, ------ 

T^hotogra])h Painting, ------ 

China Decoratini:,-, ____-- 



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KL()(U'TI()X. 

Eloculion is recogni/ed as a most important bi-anch of education. This 
depai-tinenl is under the supei'vision of a thoi-oughly (jualitied and experienced 
Icncher, and will include a careful vocal drill, and ])ractice in the entire range 
(»t expression. it will also embody such a variety of Recitation and Kead- 
iiiLis as ma\ scive lo exemplify the (pialilies and modulations of the voice, and 
will coNcr Li'est ure and act ion. 



('().MMi:iM(\\L i)l':i'Ain\MKNl\ 

This Course is desiuned to give a Ihorougii knowledg<' of the ])rinciples 
of business 1 lansact ions. It may be pursued alone or in connection with 
othei- sludies. thus accommodating those seeking a litenu'y, as well as those 
seckiiiLi- onlv a business education. The time i-e(piire(l to linisli it will de])end 
upon the prolicieiicN of the pupil in the iMiglish branches, and t lie diligence 
wilh which he works, individual instiuclion is given, and the Student can 
advance as I'apidly as his abilities will admit. 



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LOOK-Ki:iTMN(;. 

This subject, as an indispensable concbtion of all successful business life 
will receive careful attention. 11, e Student will begin with the simplest 
elements, and will be conducted through thorough and comprehensive sets, 
embodying the principles and practices of Single Proprietor, Part ncrsliij)s,' 
Commission, Jobbinii; and Lnporting Ibisincss, (Changing from Single to 
Double Entry, Farm Accounts with six-column Journal, cV:c. 

Tlie sets to be written up are spe(.ially a(hi])te(l to a pre])aration for 
actual business life, some of them being taken from the largest linns of 
New York ('ily. 

PENMANSHIP. 

(Careful instruction will be afforded bi both Plain and Ornamental Pen- 
manship. The im])ortance to a business man of a neat, legible, rapid hand- 
writing cannot be overest iuiatcd. Oj)portunity will be -ivcn, to such as 
desire, lo beconu^ accorni)lislied in Pen Lettering, Pen Drawing- and Flour- 
ishing. 

(i)Ppi:sponi)i:n(^l. 

Under this head will be included not only Leiler Writ ing, but P>usiness 
I'apers of various foinis, embracing all neooliable Papers "such as Nolcs' 
Drafts, (liecks, Keceii)ls, ,Vc. 

(l)MMLPv(IAL LAW ANT) POLlTI(\\L IXDNOMV. 

Pesides the regular class instruct ion in these branches. Lectures will be 
given from tinu- to time by the ablest Lawyers in the city, and by the 
President. 

(OMMLPCIAL AkrriLMLTir. 

Particular attention will be given to the Principles of Interest, Disco 
Stocks, Parlnership Scl 1 Icnicnts, Commission, Taxes, Insurance,' Ivpni 
of Payments, Ivxchange, cVc. 

(IPADLATION AND DIPLOPIA. 

^•> .'Hldition to the above Sludies, Ihc ( ;radualiim- Course includes Lu'di^h 
(Jrammarand Political (Jeo-raphy. Diplomas will he awarded to all pei^ons 
passing the i-ccpiircd examinations, 

Al)\ ANrA(;LS. • 

Students in this dcparlmcnl will have all the opj.orl uidt ics b)r ..cneral 
^'"Iturcadorded to Students in olhcr depart mciits, assure.l l,v well-conduclcd 
J^dcrary Societies, Pcading Looms, large Libraries, associaiion will, experi- 
enced teachers, and the relining inlluences of a Christian home. 

1 L rriox. 

P>o()k-K(-epino- and Ibisiness Course, dime uidimitcd,) 
Look-Keeping alone, (term of three months,) - . . . 

Practical I'enmanship, ( term of 1 hive moni hs, ) 
Ornamental Penmanship, (term of three months,) 

iioard, Loom, Washing, cVc, same as in other de])a!-t men! s. 

IIML FOU LNTLLMNC;. 

Students may enter this d.'parlment at anv time in the Academic vcar a 
tair knowledge ot the Lnglish branches being the only re(iuisit ion. ^ ' 



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METHODS OF INSTlilK^MON. 

In Klcmcntary Arillnnctic, Onmunar and (i('(>-nii>hy, Uu' caU'cluaical 
nu'llH.d is largely cnploycd, but in lli-hcr Kn^lisli \Uv. sanu' course is 
ndopKd wliich prevails in thr nioiv advanced In-anclu'S of study. I he l>ui)d 
isiau.-ht to study llH'texl-book by topics ratluT tluin by sentences or pani- 
..-rapljs and encolira-ed in the U'cture room to -Ive the substance' ot what he 
lias learned in liis own lanoua-e. In this manner, while he is adding t^o his 
store of knowled-e, he is enlar-in- his vocabulary, and while he is evolving 
])rineiples and acquirin- facts, he is increasing his power of expression, and 
thus unconsciously, it may be, but nevertheless surely, he lays the tounda- 
tions of an easy and a concise style of (•omposition. 

In Knolish Literature, the ori-in of the Knglish language and the growth 
of tlu' literature are carefully traced. In this work the most interesting facts 
in the lives of the best authors and their i)rincipal productions are brought 
under review. 

Instruction in Mental Science covers the second and third terms of the 
Junior Year. It end)odies detinitions of the mental faculties, and careful 
analyses of intellectual processes, with a brief history of the science, the 
main ])urp.)se being to stinudate the SlU(h'nt to think and investigate for 
himself. 

Ethics, Lo-'ic and Political Economy are taught in th(> Senior Year. Text- 
books are used and daily recitiUions are re(piired. (Mass incpiiries and 
discussions are encouraged, and familiar lectures are given frmn time to time 
by the teacher. 

NATrUAE sciENcn:. 

In the department of Natural Science the underlying aim is to teach the 
Student lo think a!ul observe for himself, and at the same time to give him 
such a fund of practical knowledge as will lit him for the real duties of life. 
No pains are s])ared to cultivate habits of clear, accurate and systematic 
Ihouglit and expi'ession. 

In (b'olo^y, a knowledge of the commonest minei-als and rocks isac(tuired; 
exrnrsions are made to (juarries, a coal mine, and to regions which illustrate 
v.iiiou- rock-formations. Six dilTereiit formations are admirably illustrated 
^\ it hill a few miles of the Setninary. 

In Chemisliv, the elements of the atomic theory are thoroughly taught by 
leelui-es, the piin(i])les of chemical analysis explained, and throughout the 
(oui-M- the main facts are illustrated by experiment. 

In Natural Ehiloso])hy. the principles and laws are illustrated as far as 
])!acrical)le by a|)paratus. The relation of the dilTerent branches of the 
s( ieiice i> held slroni^lv before the mind, and practical (piestions, drawn from 
ever\ -day life, are coiistanlly brought forward to teach the Student to apl)ly 
th,' piinciples learned in the text-book. 

In liotanv, after a f''W weeks of work with the text-book, \\\v Student goes 
(li,(.,.;!y to the ])lant, analysis ()ceu])ying the latter half of the term. An lier- 
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Lectures are given from tinu^ to time ui)()n subjects of interest to the 
department. 

ANCIENT LANGUAGES. 

In the departments of Greek and L^itin, scrupulous attention is given to 
the grammatical structure of these languages, their relation to English, 
the illustration and application of principles, accurate translation, and to 
the literary significance of each author studied. It is aimed to give to the 
classics by these means their proper place as an aid to exi)ression, to a thor- 
ough knowledge of our own language and to the pursuit of other languages, 
as well as to afford the usual mental desci])line. Careful attention is given, 
also, to those preparing for college or for ])rofessional study, 

MODEliN LANGUACJES. 



Modern languages ar(; taught with tin; view of enablinii: the student to 
read them at sight and write and s])eak them idiomatically. The course 
com])rises two, three or more years, as the student may desire. 

In German the text-books for the lirst year are Comfort's (ierman CV)urse 
and Wurst's Sprachdenklehre ; for the second year soim; of the (Jerman 
Classics are translated and the constructions analyzed acc^ording to the Ger- 
man method, the Student being re([uired to mak(; exj)lanati()ns of the text in 
German. 

Besides the study of classic German, Comfort's Conversations are studied 
as the basis of conversational exercises in the class. TIk! Student is rerpured 
to recite in th(^ language as soon as he has sullicient knowledge of construc- 
tion to form a sentence. 

Lectures on the application of (Ji-imnTs Law^ of the Pi'ogi-ession of Mutes, 
and on the Literatui'c, are given during the course. 

In French the text-books for the tirst yeai" are Ibickinghanfs iMiu-riic's 
Erench Gi'ammar and Aim's Pronouncing Pi-imei-, accompanied with various 
original exercises, oral and written. The second year some standard French 
author or authors are read after the Student has been grounded in the))rin- 
ci])les of La Grammaii-e Franeaise ( Abi-('g(" dc; par Noi'l et, diapsal. Special 
attention is given to the ])i-()nunciat ion and to the idioms of the lan<niau('. 



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The latter ])art of the second year the class study the I^'rencli newsi)apei-, 
the object l)eing to meet the jiractical needs of the Student. 

MATIIEMATK S. 

The Course in Mathematics is corxtensive with that in the majoi-it y of oui- 
l)est colleges. Although the study is considered as ciiietly disciplinarv, the 
aim throughout the Course is to ac({uaint the Student with the inslrumeiils in 
most fannliar use l)y the ])ractical scientists and mathematicians of the daw 
as well as to strengthen his mental faculties and increase his logical acumen. 
At the commencement of each subject, a fanuliar lecture is given on its 
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Alu-('l)ra is 1)('^'U11, the Sludcnl \)r\\\\x 1("<1 slowly t hr()u.jj;h the nidinicnts, 
nnd made to review Ihe l"und;iineiil;ds daily. After two terms s])eiit in 
studvill^• the elements, the UniNcrsilv Ali^ebra is taken up at the Calculus of 
Radicals, and continued thi'ouL;h (Quadratics, Projxn-tion, J\'rmutati()ns and 
Combinations, l^r()<j:ressi()ns, Identical K(iu:itions, I)ecomi)Osltion of Fi-actions, 
Residual Fornuda, Newton's Hinonual Theorem, Method of Indeterndnatc 
C'oetlicients, Reversion of Series, Logarithms. Rule of Dcs Cartes, C/arihiu's 
Solution of Cubic Equations, and Sturm's Theorem. The aim of the instruc- 
tion in advanced algebra is to free the Student from his previous dependence 
upon the text-book, and to cultivate ability and taste for original mathematical 
work. Great stress is laid upon mathematical generalization and the concise 
demonstration of principles. 

The Course in Geometry covers seven books, embracing both the Plane 
and Solid Geometry. The demonstiations arc partly oral, and ]>artly written, 
the written exercises being deemed a valuable aid to the cultivation of 
accuracv of thouii'ht and e.\i)ression. I'lane Tri«i:onometr\' is taken entire, 
and the class is exercised in the solution of ])ractical ])!"oblems. In Survey- 
ing, tin' Theory and Ri-aetiee are combined. The class is conveniently 
divided, and each division in tui'ii is taken by the teacher into the held for 
])ractieal woi-k. Idiots of the sur\-eys made are drawn, and togetiier with the 
compulations, ai'e submitted to the teacher for ins])ection. 

()ne term is s|)enl in Analytical (Jeometry, c()in])let ing the (Mii'tcsian 
Met hod of Cor>i-diiiates. the Method of Polar Co(»rdinates, and the Transforma- 
tion (){' Co<">rdi nates. 'I'o Calculus two terms are given, covering, in the 
DilVerential Calculus, the I )ill"erent ia! io!i of Functions of a Single Variable, 
Maclaurin's and Taylor's Theoi-ems, togethei' with the deduction of the 
I)inomial Theorem and the Tlieoiy of liOgarithms, the l']valuation of Indetei'- 
minate i'^onns, and the Maxima and Minima of r^nn-t ions of a Single Variable ; 
ami ill tile 1 iiteural Calculus, the IiiteiiTat ion of all the Flmentary Forms. 

^IST()R^ AND RllFTOPvIC. 

Ill the shidy of History, the object is lo familiarize the Student with the 
main fact> and principles, thus forming a foundation on which to build by 
fill lire reading and invest ii^at ion. To this end the text-book is thoroughly 
>liidicd ill (•< )iiiic(i ion with a .Manual of Classical Anticpiities and an Atlas, 
while, a! the >anie1iine, Ihesludeiit is encouraged to consult ot her authori- 
ties and briii^' in additional nialter bearing on the subject. Recitation is by 
the analytical and lo]>ical methods. 

Special atleiilion is Lii\-en to i nsl rnct ion in Rhetoi'ic, on account of its 
great \aliie to the Sludeiil. Tiie ))riiiciples of good wi'itiii"' are studied and 
anal\/ed with a \ iew to theii" ^>/v/r//Vv/i application. 

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During the last tei'in much of the tinu' is devot(>d to oriij^inal ]n"oductions 
ill the vari(»us de|)artmenls of literary coin])osit ion, on thenu's assi«''ned 
by the teacher. These product ions are read before tlie class, where o'cneral 
criticisms arc otVei-cd, after which tlicy ai'e handed to the teacher for more 
( ai'cfnl (•()! reel ion. 



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A Normal Class will be organized during the Fall and S})ring 
Terms for those who desire to teach. The Course will comprehend 
sj^ecial instruction and drill in the branches taught in Public Schools, 
practical work in teaching imder tlie direction of members of the 
Faculty, and Lectures on the Theory of Teaching by the President., 
JVo extra cJiarge will be made. 

We shall not be i-cady to recci\(' Students Ixd'ore the iii'st day of 
the term. On tiie second day classes ai'c formed, a term schedule for 

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recitations adoptiMl, and lessons assigned. 

Students from other scdiools may enter any class on ])assing a 
satisfactory examination in the ])i-e\'i()us studies of the Course, or 
theii" e(juivalents. 'I'lie examination may be waiNcd if the l^'aculty 
ai*e otiierwise assured that it is unnecessary. 

'^Phe lan<'ua'»'e ''elected" in the Course in Science ami Litei'ature 
will be i-etained thi'o'.nghout- the re(piir(-d two years. 

The ladies are allowe<j to substitute a(^)Ui-se in Music, I )rawing 
and Painting, Cerman or I^'i-eiich, for the (ireek Language and b)r 
.Analytical (ieometry and Calculus. 

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()rtho<»ra])hy, Ktymolooy, Kea<rnio-, Composition and Declamation 

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throughout all the Courses. 

The classes in 'I'riL!(>no:iiet ry and Sur\cyinij,' are '.oxen such field 
drill as will l"a!niliari/e I hem with practical sui'vcyiiig. 

In ihe departments of Am-ient and Abxlerii LaiiL!iiages the classes 
are ])ractice<l in oral and written exercises t bi ongliou; the Course. 

Fectures will be uiyeii from time to time in the \arions <lepart- 
ments. 

A Biblical Class will also be formed for the benefit of such as 
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earnest (Christians in tlie coniniunity, with a largo library free to all, 
and accessible at all times, indicate some of the religious intluences 
brought to bear upon the young in \Viliiams|)ort. 



GENERAL INFORMATION. 



WILTJAMSPORT DICKIT^SON SEMLKARY 

Is an Institution of high grade, with ample facilities for giving young 
ladies and gentlemen a su])erior education. It is organized upon the 
plans which have l)een a})})roved by long ex])erience, and adopted by 
the best schools in this country, embracing all modern appliances in 
means and uR'thods of instruct ioiL It was founded in 1848, and is 
regularly chartered by the Legislature of the State of l^ennsylvania, 
and authoi'ized to confer degrees upon those who complete the pre- 
scribed Courses of Studv. 

The Seminary is under the ])atronage of the (k^itral I?eimsylvania 
C'Onference, being owned and ])ractically managed by the Preachers' 
uVid Society. >\s this investment was rather to promote the im[)ortant 
work of IligluM* Chistian Kcbication than to make money, the ))ara- 
mount ])Ui'p()se is to combine thorough instruction and careful moi'al 
training with the comfoi'ts of a good home, at the lowest possible 
rates. 

L()(\\TI()N. 

WiHiams|)ort is one of the most beautiful an<l healthful places in 
the Slate. It has ne\'er been subject to epidemics of any kind. 
Many coming to the school in ])()or lu'alth have i-eturned fully 
rest()re(l. The city is situated on the West I>ram*h of the Susipus 
hanna Wiver, has a )K)))ulation of twenty thousand, is wi(U'lv known 
lor its iiitelligeiiee. its enterprise, the taste displayed in the chai'ac^tei* 
of its j)ublie buildings and private resi(U'n('es, and the moral appli- 
ances with which it is furnished. In small towns and villa<>es tiu' 

facilities for culture — intellectual as well as a'sthetic and moral aiH^ 

genei'ally limited, larely i'(\aching beyond the institution itself, and 
hence student life nuist bcconu' monotonous, lacking the inspii-ation 
which a lai-gei- place with wider oj>poi-tiniities alfoi'ds. T\\ cnt y-seven 
churches, an active tem|)eiaiice organization, and a branch of the 
^^)ung Men's (liristian Associjition, embracing many of the nu)st 



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The buildings occui)y an eminence overlooking the city, and are 
surrounded by beautiful shade trees, while the grounds contain five 
acres, affording am])le room for exercise and ])lay. They are brick, 
heated by furnaces in the cellar, and supi)lied throughout with i)ure 
mountain water. 

l>oth departments are furnisluMl with bath rooms and all modern 
appliances for comfort, aiul in the entire arrangement of the buildings 
great care has been taken for the convenience and health of the 
occu})ants. 

' The ladies' a])artments1ire entirely se])arate from the others, a//a 
there is )io assoeiaiion of the sexes hut in tJie presence of their instntctors. 
The happy influence, mutually exerted, in their slight association in 
the recitation room, at the table, and in the public exercises of the 
Chapel is to be seen in the cultivation of a cheerful and animated 
dis})Osition, in the formation of good habits and manners, in ardent 
devotion to study, and in the attainment of high moral character. 
These, with many other valuable results, have established the fact 
that the best ])lan for a school is, according to the evident design of 
Providence in the constitution of Society, on the basis of a well- 
reo-ulated C'hristian familv- TJie uieml^ers of the Jniculty live in the 
huilding, eat at the same tables, and hain^ constant oversi^^ht of all the 
Students. 

rnvsicAL iii-LVj/ni. 

IJccouiii/.iiiu- the imiiorlanci' oi ]iliysic;il ciilliirc, uiiiplc provision is 
made for appropriate athletic sport.s, as well as lor systematu*- l)hysi- 
cal development. A militai'y com))any is organized, with daily (h'ill 
durino- recreation hours, for the gentlcMuen who desire to join it. 

Suitable exercise is ])rovided for the ladies in calisthenics and light 
gymnastics, under the direction of a competent teacher. The gentle- 
men not })elonging to the military com]>any and all the young ladies 
ai'e ie(juired to ])ai'ticipaU' in these exercises. 

Lectures on Health will also be given from time to time, by an 
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IIOO^IS AND FURNITUHR 



The I'ooms nic lai'^ci- than in most hoardinj^- schools, the Ladies' 
heino- U)\ i:) feet, and t lie L!,-ent Icnuars l>()\!).^ feet. They ai'e fui-nislied 
with all heavy articles, aiiJ if t/csi/ci/, any room will be entirely 
iuniislied: hut Students may \)y\\\\x, tijeir own sheets, (for douhle 
beds,) pillows, pillow-eases, blankets, counterpanes, mirrors and lam])s, 
and th.us lessen the e\j)ense. 

KXPF.NSK.S. 

Total cost, with i-oom Tui-nished as ai)ove: 



111 Clnssical and Scieiitilic Course, (per vcar,) 

III Classical and Scicntidc Course, (per term of 12 weeks,) 

In Coininon Kiiii;lisli (^)urs(', (jxt year,) 

In Common English Course, (per term of 12 weeks,) 



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When I'ooms are entii-ely fui-nished, ^lo will be added per year, 
or JSt; pel- term, for (^ach Student. This includes all chai'<»es Tor 
furnished rooms, carj)et, board, washini;-, (12 plain pieces per week,) 
fuel, and tuition in Latin, (ireek, Arathematics,*Seiences, KaioTish and 
renmanship. Tiikuk wik no KxruAs wiiATKVKii, except, foi* Orna- 
mental IbanclK^s and Modern LanguaL;-es, the charges for whicli are 
specitically stated elsewh.ere. 

We desii-e to empliasi/e this statcaiuait, because some schools, 
\\h()se adxcrtised rates aic hi^h.er than ours, incix^ase the e\))enses 
still nioi-e by numei-ous ^'extras." 

|;-/> W'e ask those who ai'e seekiiii^- cMlucation for tluMnselyes, and 
]);irents who contemplate sendiii-- their children to a boardino- school, 
to carefully note the fact that we furnish eyerythino- embraced in a 
th(M-ou-hly (upiipped school, with all t luM'omforts of a i^ood home, 
incliidino- a lar--e. airy, and ci»mi»letely ////-///./^.v/ room, in a beautiful 
and healthful location, at the low rate of Sl>1S.:J:; por y(>:i,., j,, conrses 
of study which prepare the Student for business, for professional life, 
or bn- the lower or hi-her classes in college; or, if they prefer to 
furnish their own rooms with bedclothes, mirrors, lamp and carpet, 
b)r .Si>o:;.:;;; in Classical Studies, and ,S1 !).->.-,;>, i,, (\>,nm(>n Knolish. 

Tersons applyin-- for rooms will please state whether they wish 
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PAYMh^NTS. 

Tei'm bills are payable in adyance, one-lialf at o[)i'iiing and \\\v, 
balaiure at the middle of the term. 

The iuiiion in the (\)nmiercial Department, is aU rcMpiired in 
advance, and in no (%ase is it refunded. 

Students attendinjj^ a [)art of a term will be; charged at thc^ I'ate of 
$4 per week for l)()ard, washing and rooni. 

When Students are called avvay by sickness oi* providtmtial neces- 
sity, moneys advanced will l)e returned. Students dismissed or 
leaving without the ap})royal of the l*resident jiiay be ciiarged for 
the full term. 

I)e(hK*tion for absence is made on recommendation of the Presi- 
dent to the Treasurer. No reduction for board or tuition for absences 
of ten days or less at the beginning, or the last three weeks })efoi"(^ 
the close of the term. 

J^'ive dollars must be de))osited with tlie Ti'easurer on entering, 
to cover damages that the Student may do to room oi' othei* proj)erty. 
This \yill be returned when the Student h\ayes, in case no injury has 
been done. Anv Student roomiim' alone will ))e char<>(Ml So extra 
per term. 

Day scholai's will be chai'Lj^-ed from $().()() to $12.50 per tei'in of 
twelye weeks, according to tlu^ studies they puisne. 



Tn:ilMS AND VA(\\^IM()NS. 

The Seminary year is divided into three terms, as follows: 

Fall '^Frani — Hi W^'cks. Uegins Monday, Se[)tember .'><!, 1 SS:*), 
Knds December 2Uh. Vacation 2 weeks. 

W^iN'rKR Traj.Ai — 12 Weeks. lU'iiins Monday, January 7t h, ISSl, 
Ends iVpril 1st, No \'acation. 

SriUNci Tkk.m — 12 Weeks. Px^gins Monday, April 1st, 1 SS 1 
Knds June 21st. Vacation, 10 Weeks. 



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Pupils of good moral cliai'acter will b(^ received at any time, for 
a single term oi- longer period. 

Must ai'raime bills with tlie I'reasurer befoi'e attendinu' I'ecitations. 



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Musi lake at least four studies, uulcss excused \)\ tlie I^'iieulty. 

Must I'eLi'islei- name and eliuix-li, and ai^ree to e()ni|)ly with aU 
niles and i-eL^ulat ions of the School. 

Kaeh Student will he considered a niemher of the Institution until 
<lue notice shall ha\(' heen u;i\.en of inlention to leave, and permission 
obtained of the President 

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This depai'tment is undei- tlie li'enei'jil direction of the President, 
but an experienced Stewai'd and ;i thoroughly conipetent Miitron 
liavc immediate cliai'i;-e. The depai-tment connnends itself by clean- 
liness, abuiHlaiice of supj>ly, c^xcellence of quality, good cooking-, and 
adaptation to health. 

I)IS(MPLIXR 

The disciplin(^ is linn, but, mild and impartial. While every 
encouiagement will be given to the oi'derly and studious, and diw. 
allowance be made foi* youthful indisci'et ion, yet the lawless and 
i-efractoi'\' cannot loim- remain amonu' us. 

APPARATUS. 

'I'he SemiiLary is furnished with a collection of apparatus, together 
with full sets of (iiobes. Maps and diarts, a (\abinet of Minerals, 
and a large supply of (1:emical and Paboi-atoi'y Ptensils, thus 
alfording facility for illustration and expei'iment. 

MKPIIT AM) DPMKIJIT. 

A daily i-ecord is kept of all the exercises of the School, from 
whicii record the Students will be graded. A I'cc.u-d of demerits is 
'dso kept. Tardiness, unexciised absences from re(|uired exei-cises, 
aihl all disoi-(Ici-|y conduct, will subject the Student to demerit mai'ks. 
Ten such ULMiks bring a pri\ate reproof before the I^'aculty; twenty 
a pid)lic rejuimaiid before Mie whole Scliool. and thii'ty may send the 
ollenderaway. Sessional I'eports are sent to parents. 

PKPKilOPS SPP\M(M^S. 

P\('i-y Student is re(|uired to attend i-eligious services in the 
(diajK'l daily, as well a< public w<>i-shi|> moi-ning and e\(aiing every 
Sabbath. (// sihJ! /^/iirr as /ui/r/i/s cr i:^uarifiaiis i)ia\ (/csi^/ia/r the 
J*re>ident assentinLi". 



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luifJioiit note or scc/an'an coiiniicnf, in the services of the (diapel. The 
whole School read in conccjrt. 

A general experience^ meeting is held every Sabbath at half-j^a^t 
eight A. M., and gc^nerally a service of song at (i V. M., continuing 
one hour. Also, i)rayer-meeting for the ladies and gentlemen on 
Thursday evenings. Attendance upon these social services is optional 
with the Students. 

LITERARY EXP]RCISES. 

Exercises in Spelling, Ktymology, Keading, Declamation and 
Original (Composition are recjuired of all the Studc^its throughout the 
year. IiTaddition to theses |)u})lic exercises ai'c held in the Seminary 
C'hapel every Friday evening, at which the more advanced Students 
read essays ()r deliver original speeches, intei-spersed with vocal or 
instnnnental music, furnislied by the .Music Department. 

j.rrh:iiAiiY socMhrriKs. 



There are three nourishing Pitei-ary Societies connected with the 
Seminary— the IJelles Lettres, the ( iannna Ppsilon and the 'Trii)ar- 
tite Pnion. The first two are in the gentlemen's, and the last in the 
ladies' dei)artmeiit. Pach has a well furnished jiall, and a judiciously 
selected libi'ai-y, aggregating moi-e than two thousand volumes. 
Each prepares and i-eads a paper in the (liapel once in three weeks, 
in connection with other literary exercises, thus furnishing inspira- 
tion to intellectual culture, as well as entertainment for the Students 
and the public, 

INSTRUCTION. 

Our methods ai'e modern, and adapted to the need of the Students. 
No i)ains are spared to give thoi-ough, practical and scholai-lv train- 
mg \\\ all the (lej)artments by teachers of superioi- at t ainments and 
exp(M'ienc(v Pesides instruction in comiection with the textd)ook, 
lectures illustrated by ex])eriments are given from time to time. 

()L^^rppj\ 

Kvery Student should be supplied with warm and durable clothino- 
heavy boots and shoes, an umbrella, ajid a paii- of slippei's to be worn 
in the loom. All articles should be plainly marked with the full 
name of the owner. We suggest that each student bring napkins 
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A A\()1II) TO I'AlllONI^S. 

1. ^l^-/>"■'^^v to lia\c voiir cliildri'ii lirrc on tlic lirst, d.-iy of tlio 
\vv\\\, hul not lnio}(\ as we shall not \w rcjidy to I'lH-civc IIk'hi. T1u3 
classes arc fortucd on the second dav, and it will be better Tor all 

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eoneeiMKMl lliat the Student stai't i-eoidai'ly with his class. 

2. ir ))ossible, do not call them away during the session. Ab- 
sence, if only for a few days, disarranges the class, and is generally 
the beginning of irregularity on the ])art of the scholar. 

\\. ])() not allow your cliihb'en to leave tlie School before the 
examinations, unless it cannot be avoided. Serious inconvenience to 
all concerned often arises from a neglect of this caution. 



4. Su])])ly tlu'm zvvr s/^an'ni^/y witli spending money. Parents 
cannot, be too cautions on this j)oint. 

5. Select for voui* child one of the Instructors as a ])atron, to 
distribute his funds. In this way a nu)re judicious use of your money 
will be nuide, and your child will be kept from many temptations 

A^'vy Students not boarding in the Institution nuist observe the fol- 
low in li" rules : 

1. Attend daily i)rayers. 

'2. Must attend all the ScMuinary evercises punctually. 

:■). Must spend the inter\'als bet ween I'ecitations in the Study Hall. 

4. Must account foi' all absence by \Nritten excuse without delay, 
tinu' and nund)er of recitations being specilied. 

'). ^lust not \ isit the rooms oi" boarders without jxMinission. 

mi:ans of acxm^ss. 

The riiiladclphia and Mi"ie, the Xoilhern Central aixl the Phila- 
delphia aii<l Iveading Kailroads pass tln-ough the city, so that Wil- 
liamsporl is i-eadii\' accessible from all (piarters. 

ii^i, r>\ sjK'cial arrangement> all our Students procin'e tickets at 
excursion rates oxci' the I *ennsyl\ ania, the Philadelphia, and Krie, 
the Xoit hern ( V'lit ral and the Philadelj)hia and IJeading Railroads 
and their Ib-anches, /)()//i ^oi/io- /,) a/n/ rr/i/?'nin!^ from fJicir JioDies^ thus 
materially reducing the (>xpenses of ti'avel. We call the special 
attention ol" parents and those seeking education to this fact, and at 
the same time gratefully recogni/e the liberality of these railroad 
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(iRAI)lJATIOS AND KORMIOR STUDENTS. 

It may be safely estimated that fiom eight to ten thousand |>ersons 
liave I'eceived academic instruction, covei'ing from one to three years, 
in \V illiamsj)()i-t Dickinson Seminary, while three hundred and six 
have c()m|)leted the pi'escribed cuiriculum, graduating with the 
deu'rees the Institution confers. We desire to bring all these into 
active sympathy and co-operation with their Ainia Afater^ and hence 
we ask all persons to whom this notice may come, who have been 
Students here, to send us tlieir address, with any information concern- 
ing tlieir personal history that may be of general interest, as we wisli 
to compile a complete catalogue of all the Students now living. 

There is a general meeting of the Alurrmi every year, the day 
befoi'c Commencement. We extend a most coi'dial invitation to all 
old Students to attend the meeting this yeai', which will be held June 
20th, afternoon and evening. If you cannot come, let us hear from 
you by letter. 

And now, may I not, ask you to aid in enlai'ging the sphere and 
inci'easing the power of our Aluia Afafer ? \'()U (%an do much in 
many ways, but you can at least dii'cct those looking for a good 
Poaiding School to oui's, or send me their address on a postal card. 
Carry the Seminary in youi* heart. She is doing a worthy work, and 
earnestly asks her sons and daughters to hel[) her. 



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BY-LAWS. 



The following Prizes will be awarded during the year: 

The President's Pkize— the gift of the President to that member of the 
Senioror Junior Class who shall excel in writing or delivering an Oration. . \ 

The FAcn/rv I^p.ize-^ the gift of the Faculty to the member of the llhetoric 
(Mass who shall excel in writing and I'cading an Essay. 

The Mi!s. Gnw Pkize the gift of Mrs. F. J. ({ray to that Student who 
shall excel in Heading. 

The (Miari.es (\ :\IrssixA Pimze tlie gift of diaries V. Mussina to that 
Student who shall excel in Declamation. 

'IheJ. T. LiTii.E I'lHZE a ({old Medal the giftof Jesse T. Little to the 
Student who shall be awarded the lirst i)rize in Instrumental Music. 



The I). S. AxniMs c^^ Cak Prize the gift of 1). S. Andrus c^ Co. to the 
Student who shall be awarded the second prize in Instrumental Music. 

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The I'k'ofessor \'<ki.ki,ei: Prize the gift of Professor V(elkler to the 
Student who shall be awai-ded the third prize in Instrumental Music. 

MMiE lli( ivs ,V (jAMiiLE Prizes the gift of Hicks c^ ( Jamble the tirst and 
second pii/cs to those nu'inbers of the l<:iociition (Mass who shall excel in 
Ivecilal ion. 

The IIazei. El Prize the uift of J. H. Hazelel to that Student in the Art 
J)eparlineiit who shall excel in Oil Faintiiu;-. 

The Sadiek' Pimze the -ift ,»f W. F. Sadler, Fscj., to that Student who 
^li'ill Ik' awarded the first |)rize in Ah'cbra. 

Tin: John M. Deax Prize the gift of John M. Dean to that Student who 
shall I)e awariled the lirst j)!-ize in Latin. 

The Di:. Koser Pihze the gift of Dr. S. S. Fos(>r to that Student who 
shall be awai'ded the second prize in Latin. 



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L During the hour of study the Students shall not be unnecessarily 
absent from their rooms. 

2. At the time ap])ointed to attend ])rayers, recitation, lecture, or other 
exercise, each Student shall repair quietly and prom pW/ to the place designated. 

8. At no time shall any Student loiter in the halls or about the (b)ors. or 
indulge in jumi)ing, wrestling, loud talking, whistling, or any other unneces- 
sary noise, or soil the building with t()bac('o. 

4. IMie Students shall not be absent from their rooms at night after the 
hour of study indicated by the i-inging of the bell, nor shall they attend 
parties or mixed ass(unbries without ])ernussion from the Pi'csident ; nor shall 
they at any time visit hotels, or other places of ])ublic i-esort, or on any 
occasion indulge in the use of intoxicating Jicpiors. 

5. All ])rofane and indecent language, j)laying at g;nnes of chance, 
injuring the ])ropei-ty of the List it ution or of citizens, (pnirreling, tii;htinii:, 
the carrying of lire-arms or other dangerous wca])ons, are stiictly forbidden. 

(). No Student shall leave the limits of the town for a lonucr time than 
one hour without permission from the Pi-esident. 

7. Fach Student will beheld strictly accountable for any damaii:e he or 
she may cause to the Seminary property. Damages by unknown ])arties may 
be assessed on the school. 

H. 'IMie 'I'eachers must ;U all times have access to the Students' rooms, 
and if it be judged necessary, the rooms will be cleaned at the expense of the 
occupants. 

*J Cleanliness of j)erson and of apii)arel, and a gentlemanly and lady-like 
deportment must be observed by all. 

10. No water, dirt, or other material shall be thrown from anv window 
m the buildings, or down the hot-air Hues, or in the halls after thev have 
been cleaned. 

IL Students must have their rooms swept and in oi'der, and lights 
extinguished at the established hours. 

12. No Student will be allowed to go bat hing, boat ing, skat inu:,-, lishing, 
gunning, or riding, without ix'rmission from the President. 

L5. 'IMie Students must not visit th(> kitchen, dining-room, or anv other 
I'oom, excc])t their own, without permission. 



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WILLIAMSPORT DTCKIXSON Si::\riNARY. 






14. Tlic Sabbath must be strictly observed by all. Visit ini^ or receiving 
visits will not be allowed. All must attend public worshi]) twice during 
the day. 



15. No lady shall at any time re(;eive calls from gentlemen at her own 
room. Friends from a distanc'c can see the ladies in the parlor. 

^i, 1(). The young ladies will not be allowed to leave the Seminary grounds 
at any time without permission; and the gentlemen will be restricted at the 
discretion of the Faculty. 

17. No Student shall change his or her room, or place at the table, with- 
out special ])ermissi()n from the President. 

IS. No Student will be ])ermitted to leave the School during the session 
without an expi-ess re([uest from the ])arent or guardian, made to the Presi- 
— dent, and without the consent of the Faculty. 

11). Any Student who without just cause shall fail to attend the examina- 
tions, will be considered under censure. 

20. Permissio!) to be absent from any exercise must be obtained, if t)OS- 
sible, before the absence occurs. 

21. No Student will be permitted to leave any class without the consent 
of the Faculty. 

22. The ladies and gentlemen must not visit each others' apartments, w^alk 
or ride together, without permission, nor converse together from the windows. 

2)^. StudcMits from the neighboi'hood will not be pernutted to visit home 
at such times as will interfere with the regular exercises of the School. 

24. Any olTendinii: Student mav be ])unished, accordinsi; to the nature of 
the oilense, by private or public reproof, suspension, dismission or expulsion. 



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2() None but Students can attend the Society meetinixs, nor shall the 
Societies ineet^ toget her, unless by express permission of the Faculty. 

27. No sjx'cial meeting of the Students shall be held at any time, nor 
shall any meeting of the Students or Societies continue later than 10 o'clock 
r. M., without permission of the l^'csident. 



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IS. All persons visiting Students at the Seminary will be re([uired to con- 
form to the rules adopted for the government of the School, and in (;ase they 
remain longer than three days, will be charged for boarding at the published 
rates. 

21). Any tem])orary prudential regulation for the government of the 
School that the Faculty may see tit to ad()i)t, shall be ecnially bindin<^ with 
these I>y-Laws. 



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Friday, June 1.— Examination of Senior Class begins. 
Wednesday, June 13.— Examination of other Classes begins. 
FjiiDAY, June 15, 8 o'clock P. M.— Exercises of Sophomore Class. 
Saiujatji, June 17, 3 o'clock P, M.-^P>accalaureate Sermon 



Monday, June 18, S o'clock P. M.— Concert and Contest in Music, for the J. 
T. Little, Andrus 6c Co. and Vcelkler Prizes, in the Academy of 
Music. 

TrESDAY, June 11), o'clock A. ^VI. - Contest in Oratory, for the President's 
Prize. 

10^ o'clock A. M.-Contest in Declamation, for the Charles C. Mussina 
Prize. 

2 o'clock P. M.— Exercises of the Junior Class. 

4 o'clock P. M.~-Military Drill. 

8 o'clock P. M.— Lecture before the Literary Societies. 

Wednesday, June 20, 1) oV-lock A. M.-Contest in Pleading, for the Mrs. E.J. 

Gray Prize, and Contest in Essays for the Faculty Prize. 

lOi o'clock A. M. - Reunion of the Belles Lettres I'nion Society. 

2 o'clock P. M.—Contest in Elocution, for the Hicks S: (Jamble Prizes. 
4 o'clock P. M. -Business Meeting of the Alumni Association. 

() o'clock P. M.-- -Jieunion and P>an(piet of the Alumni. 
8 o'clock ]\ M.- Literary Meeting of tin; Alumni. 

TiirRSDAV, June 21. 1)^- o'clock A. M. CNmimencement Exercises, in the 
A(!ademy of Music. 

2\ o'clock P. M.-- Meeting of the Stockholders, in the Seminary Chapel. 

3 o'c'lock P. M. Annual Meeting of the Board of Directors. 

Monday, Sei)tember 3.-Fall Term begins. 



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PR.VCTICAL SCIENTIFIC STUDIES AXI) HEBREW, 



^*EXPENSES.;l:<- 

Of I'liitioii by Scholart^hip, readily attaiiial)le S 25 per annum. 

Of Kxi)('riineiital Course in Laboratory, (elective,) 25 00 " " 

All other Colleij;e Char^'es, from vj^o oo to 40 00 '' " 

Cost of I'joard, from a 00 to 4 00 '' week. 



LOCATION BEAUTIFUL, HEALTHY, AND EASY OF ACCESS. 



I>y recent aelion of the Ijoard of Ti-ustecs, IJie Faculty are nut horized to 
ndmit sludents fi-oin Willianisport Dickinson, Pcnninii'ton and Kin<''ston 
Seniiiiai'ies, and \Vilininij^t on Conference Academy, to the Freshman ('lass 
without examination, upon the ])i-esentation of a certiticatc from the Board 
of instruction in the institutions named that the work i-ccpurcd for admission 
has been accomplished. Sons of nunisters will he furnished the use of 
scholarships, without cost, a nund)cr having been placed at the dis])()sal of 
the Faculty for this j)ui-i)ose. Tiic donation of others to be thus used will 
be thankfully received. 

For further infoi"mation address the President. 



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H'X^IllOTX^Y OIVJ^ X^IIIOJE. 



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PHOTOGRAPHIC PARLORS, 



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0])positc the Court House. 



Only one tbght of stairs. 



(L^'VYe extend a hearty welcome to all. 



Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

CHlNj\, CROCKERY, GL^SSWAf AH^D CUTLEI^Y. 

Lamps and Lamp Fixtures a Specialty. 

No. 76 West Fourth St., Williamsport, Pa. 

Also Dealers in Staple aiii Fancy Groceries, No. U West Fonrtli St. 

Orders by mail will receive prom])t attention. Our guarantee will accom- 
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Chromos. Wax and Artists' ^laterials. 

ALSO, PAINThR, GRAIN hR & PAPER HANGER. 



Drtm^tBts and PharfmmcisiB. 

C-ZrPiirticuhir tittrntion i;iven to Compounding Prc'Scriptions..j^:, 

TOILET REQUISITES: 

Cani])hor;ited Glycerine Ice, l^ay Rum Hair Tonic. 
Odontine, a 8u])erior Tooth Wash. 

Frai2:rant l^ouijuet Coh)o'ne, Hose and Pearl Dentifrice. 
^ A Fine Assortment of Hair, Nail and Tooth Brushes. 

Largest Stock of Toilet Soaps to be found in the City. 

DUBLE & CORNELL, Corner Fourth and Pine Streets. 

/i^Sprrhtl lifttcs to Students. 



ALEX. BEEDE & CO., 

WHOLESALE i RETAIL GROCERS. 

OFFER FULL STOCK, FRESH GOODS, 

sieu, smu;, tea, mw, :mii rmi, cheese, Etc., Etc., 

Flour, Soap, Coffee, Choice Tub Butter; 



(Jood (ioods at Low I 'rices. 



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Specialty. Extractions Painless. 

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FliUITS, NUTS, CONFECTIONERY, etc., &<;. 



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DEy^IiEI^S IN H/IPW^I^E, 

White Lead, Oils, Glass and Building Hardware. 
Brltin^' Miul Saw Mill Supplies a S])e('ialtv. 

AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. 



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